[Libs-Or] Happy first Friday of August. Have you submitted an Online Northwest Proposal yet?
Dawn Marie Lowe-Wincentsen
dawn.lowe.win at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 08:59:13 PDT 2013
*Online Northwest Call for Proposals Now Open!***
Online Northwest seeks proposals for 45-minute presentations, panel
sessions, or hands-on workshops, as well as 5-minute lightning talks
(panels and workshops are new presentation formats for Online Northwest –
see details below).
Proposals on all topics relating to technology and libraries are
considered, such as:
· Information discovery
· Mobile computing
· Shared ILS and consortial resources
· Linked data and the Semantic Web
· Cloud computing
· Virtual research environments
· User Experience Design
· Technology competencies
· MOOCs and open education
· Digital publishing and institutional repositories
· Other topics related to technology in libraries are welcome!
The 2014 conference will be held Friday, February 7, 2014 at CH2M Hill
Alumni Center, Corvallis, Oregon (on the Oregon State University campus).
2014 Call for Proposals ends October 14th , 2013.
*For more information and to submit a proposal, please visit the NEW Online
Northwest website at** **www.onlinenorthwest.org.*
Presentations: 45 minute time slot for solo or co-presenters. Please
remember to allow time for questions from the audience.
Workshops: A new session type for Online Northwest. This is a chance to
discuss and accomplish a hands-on task, most likely with your audience
participating using a laptop, tablet, or Smartphone. Consider the
limitations: 45 minutes, a presentation computer, and wifi (with
potentially limited bandwidth) for the audience. Please note what
preparations or devices the audience should have with them in the notes
field of the proposal form
Panel session: Invite professional colleagues to discuss a topic as a
panel. To keep the conversation engaging and informative, consider inviting
panelists with different perspectives on the topic. As the moderator, allow
time for audience questions.
Lightning talks: An audience favorite! 5 minutes to blaze through a topic.
Presentation slides are usually timed, but we are flexible as long as your
talk ends within 5 minutes and is informative and engaging.
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