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2022 Charleston Conference Proceedings Now Available Open Access

by | Dec 13, 2023 | 0 comments


We are pleased to announce that the 2022 proceedings of the Charleston Conference are now available open access.

This publication serves as a testament to the collaborative spirit of the Charleston Conference, fostering an environment where insights, innovations, and knowledge converge. The proceedings encapsulate the evolving landscape of the information industry and stand as a valuable resource for professionals navigating its complexities. We encourage the knowledge community to read, download and share the book widely.

Despite the challenges following the pandemic, the 2022 conference marked a positive stride toward normalcy and reflected the resilience and adaptability of the industry. The hybrid format, blending in-person and virtual attendance, facilitated informative and thought-provoking sessions that resonated with attendees. The dual format also allowed further accessibility for attendees, who were able to access all sessions of both events.

Leah Hinds, Executive Director of the Charleston Hub, said, “We’re pleased to share the 2022 Charleston Conference Proceedings as an open access publication through the Fulcrum platform again this year. I’d like to thank Lars Meyer and Beth Bernhardt, co-editors, and Jason Colman and Carl Levigne, University of Michigan/Michigan Publishing Services, for their assistance in publishing this volume.”

The proceedings can be accessed at https://doi.org/10.3998/mpub.14369519.


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