[Asis-l] Call for papers: The IFLA Library Theory and Research Section Satellite Meeting in Singapore, 14-15 August 2013
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Call for Papers: The IFLA Library Theory and Research Section Satellite Meeting in Singapore, 14-15 August 2013
"How do we fit in the global knowledge environment? Researching the library's role"
The IFLA Library Theory and Research Section is pleased to invite submissions for its forthcoming Satellite meeting in Singapore.
14 - 15 of August 2013
University of Illinois
Advanced Digital Science Center
1 Fusionopolis Way, #20-10 Connexis North Tower
All proposals must be submitted by midnight GMT on January 10th, 2012.
Please submit your proposals with the following elements to:
Heidi Kristin Olsen
Spesialbibliotekar / Senior Librarian
Høgskolen i Vestfold / Vestfold University College
Heidi.K.Olsen at hive.no<mailto:Heidi.K.Olsen at hive.no>
The proposal must include the following.
* Title of Proposed Presentation
* Outline of proposed presentation - 300 words maximum
* Name(s) of presenters with employer or affiliated institution, plus full contact information (phone and email)
* Short biographical statements regarding the presenter(s) (300 words maximum per presenter)
* The satellite themes the proposal addresses
* The type of session proposed
o Full paper to be published in conference proceedings
o Research report
o Other: _________________________________________________________
All expenses, including $100 USD registration for the satellite conference, travel, accommodation, etc., are the responsibility of the authors/presenters. No financial support can be provided by IFLA, but a special invitation can be issued to authors.
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