Now Open: 2016 Call for Papers, Ideas, Panels, Debates, Diatribes, Speakers, Poster Sessions, etc.

by | Apr 19, 2016

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We are excited to announce that the 2016 Call for Papers is now open!

Do you have ideas, challenges, solutions, or information to share? We’re seeking proposals on topics related to collection development and acquisitions, including, but not limited to:

  • analysis and assessment,
  • budgeting, discovery,
  • digital scholarship,
  • end users/use statistics,
  • management/leadership,
  • library entrepreneurship,
  • professional development,
  • scholarly communication, and
  • technology and trends.

The Charleston Conference wishes to provide opportunities for everyone to be heard. We encourage proposals that include representation from the different viewpoints and stakeholders in the scholarly communications process, so please consider the diversity of your panel. Also, please note that conference sessions are meant for librarians, publishers, and vendors to discuss issues of interest to them all. They are not an opportunity for marketing products or services.

The proposal deadline is Friday, July 15.

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