2019 Fast Pitch Competition: Call for Proposals and Nominations Now Open!

by | Jun 24, 2019

The Charleston Conference is pleased to announce that proposals and nominations are now being accepted now through September 16 for the 2019 Fast Pitch Competition.

Goal:

Fast Pitch encourages proposals for ideas on improving or transforming the work environment at a library, or any information-related enterprise or organization in educational technology.

Webcast for More Information:

Want to find out more information, or wondering whether your ideas or project would be a good fit for the Fast Pitch Competition? Register to attend our Fast Pitch Bootcamp webcast on July 17 at 2:00 pm!

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Submit your proposal or nomination

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