Do you have anything to say about emerging technologies? How about assessment, information literacy instruction, e-readers? Surveying remote users or implementing chat reference?
An overview of past sessions at the VLACRL conference-within-a-conference shows the range and depth of presentations.
Join the conversation this fall, and receive a 50% discount on your conference registration!
VLACRL, the academic section of VLA and the Virginia Chapter of ACRL, is hosting its third annual conference-within-a-conference at the 2011 Virginia Library Association annual conference, Oct. 27-28, 2011. Please use this link to submit your proposal for an innovative concurrent session or poster presentation that addresses the challenges and changes taking place in academic or research libraries:
The theme of this year’s VLACRL conference is “Academic Libraries: Adding Value in a Time of Change,” though we welcome proposals addressing all topics of interest to our members. Proposals will be peer-reviewed through a double-blind review process (the reviewers will not know the authors’ names, and the authors will not know the reviewers’ names). Proposals are due by 5 PM, May 15th, 2011.
Please let us know if you have any questions or would like any further information:
Craig Amos, firstname.lastname@example.org (ex-officio, conference planning chair)
Rebecca Pappert, email@example.com (Chair, VLACRL)
Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol, firstname.lastname@example.org (Vice-Chair, VLACRL)
Maryke Barber, email@example.com (Secretary/Treasurer, VLACRL)