[Libs-Or] Online NW: Call for proposals
shirley.lincicum at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 11:31:34 PDT 2005
WHAT IS ONLINE NORTHWEST?
A one-day conference focusing on the use of technology within
libraries, attracting librarians from the Pacific Northwest and around
the country. It is sponsored by the Oregon University System.
WHEN IS THE CONFERENCE?
February 10, 2006 (this will be the 23rd annual conference)
WHAT TOPICS ARE APPROPRIATE?
The coordinating committee seeks presentations that discuss how
technology is being applied within library settings and how technology
is affecting library patrons and services. We are especially
interested in presentations that discuss innovative uses of
technology. We strongly encourage academic, public, school, and
special librarians to submit proposals. All topics relating to
technology and libraries are welcome, including:
*Resource sharing applications (e.g. ILL, document delivery)
*Collection development and assessment applications
*Assessing the impact of technology on patrons or services
*User interface design and evaluation
*Current trends in information literacy and instruction
*Metadata design, application, or evaluation
*Approaches to managing electronic resources or digital repositories
*Computer programming and development of computer applications to
support delivery of library services
HOW DO I SUBMIT A PROPOSAL?
Use the online submission form available at:
For examples of past presentations or more information, see:
WHAT IS THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL?
Monday, October 10, 2005
WHERE IS THE CONFERENCE?
CH2M Hill Alumni Center, Corvallis, Oregon (on the Oregon State
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