Conferences, meetings from ACRL; UKSG; and ALCTS
Registration materials are now available for the ACRL 2013 conference to be held April 10-13, 2013 in Indianapolis. Register by the early-bird deadline and save $70 or more! Special group registration prices, scholarships, hotel discounts, and reduced airfares are also available.
ACRL 2013 features more than 300 carefully curated programs to help you stay at the forefront of the profession. Our distinguished keynote speakers include education reform crusader Geoffrey Canada, punk icon/ activist/ spoken word artist Henry Rollins, and Emmy Award-winning journalist Maria Hinojosa… Visit the main conference website, “like” ACRL 2013 on Facebook, and follow the conference on Twitter. Share your ACRL 2013 experience with the world through the official conference tag acrl2013 or #acrl2013 on Twitter.
The 2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition will take place from 8-10 April 2013 at the Bournemouth International Centre. Further details will follow in due course.
Call for Topics:
We are inviting you to suggest topics and speakers for the UKSG 2013 conference which is attended by librarians, publishers and intermediaries, and addresses standards, processes, technologies and initiatives relating to the knowledge community.
Suggestions should be in the format of a brief synopsis and ideas for speakers to talk on that topic, as well as others identified to speak on the same panel, if possible.
You may propose others as speakers and we will contact them should the topic be picked up by our planning committee. Suggestions may be for plenary sessions or for smaller breakout sessions…
Please send your suggestions/proposals (not the final presentation) to email@example.com by Monday 11 June 2012.
(ALCTS AS Research and Statistics Committee: 2012 ALA Annual Program)
When: Saturday, June 23, 2012 – 10:30am to 12:00pm; Location: Anaheim Marriott, Grand Salon E
Are you interested in publishing? Are you interested in research beyond the “how we did it good” article? Come and hear a librarian with a successful publishing record address problems in conducting research in acquisitions and collection development, and a journal editor discuss bridging the disconnects between those who wish to be published and the publishing world. Both speakers will share their unique perspective and insights. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the Q&A session following the presentations.
- Faye Chadwell, Donald and Delpha Campbell University Librarian and OSU Press Director, Oregon State University
- Lisa German, Dean for Collections, Information and Access Services, The Pennsylvania State University Libraries
Quality Standards in Batch Records and Adventures in Cooperative Cataloging: Many Hands Make Light Work (Holdings Information Forum ALA, Anaheim (ALCTS CRS Committee on Holdings Information)
In the information rich, content heavy world of today’s cataloging, you might end up with too much of a good thing—or in the case of batch records, what you end up with might not be good enough. Come learn about the valuable experience that large scale digitization projects such as HathiTrust have in collecting record information for content ingest and in creating tools to help institutions get records. Also, hear an update on the HathiTrust Print Holdings Database Project…
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