Submit a Paper or Poster for the IUPUI University Library and SLIS Joint Conference
IUPUI University Library
SLIS faculty member Andrea Copeland circulated the following Call for Proposals for master’s degree students at SLIS Bloomington and SLIS Indianapolis. The conference features work by students in the master’s programs; doctoral students are welcome to attend. Sponsors include: IUPUI University Library, SLIS, Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS) at IUPUI, Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI), the IMLS-supported 21st Century Leadership Skills Program, and the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) Indiana Chapter.
• Deadline to Submit Proposals: January 31, 2013
Call for Proposals: IUPUI University Library and SLIS Joint Conference
All SLIS MLS and MIS students are strongly encouraged to submit proposals for the 3rd Annual IUPUI University Library and SLIS Joint Conference. This year a variety of proposals are being accepted.
You may submit proposals for either paper or poster presentation, deadline for submissions January 31, 2013.
While this year’s keynote speaker is a health sciences librarian, proposals are being accepted on any topic to library and information science.
This is a good opportunity for students to present in a safe environment, to network with professional librarians and to discuss issues critical to the field.
You do not have to present in order to attend. All are invited. It is free and lunch is provided.
Registration is open until March 8.
Please note that December graduates are eligible to participate as well.
Any questions, please contact Andrea Copeland, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and I look forward to reading your proposals.
Andrea J. Copeland, Ph.D.
School of Library and Information Science
755 W Michigan Street, UL3100C
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Posted January 03, 2013