We invite you to submit to the 12th Annual Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference Call for Proposals beginning today through Tuesday, October 11th.
The ER&L Program Planning committee has opened the 2017 Call for Proposals and ER&L is currently seeking 45 minute sessions and 15 minute short talks for the 2017 conference program in these recently revised tracks:
1. Managing e-Resources & Licensing
2. Collection Development & Assessment
3. Organizational Strategies
4. External Relationships
5. User Experience & Promotion
6. Scholarly Communication & Library as Publisher
7. Emerging Technologies & Trends
For a detailed list of the complete and update topics covered at ER&L:
To submit a session for ER&L visit: https://www.electroniclibrarian.org/2017-call-for-sessions/
Please direct any questions to ER&L staff at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.
Community Call! Don't have a session, but an idea for a speaker or missing topics? Submit to our Community Call for Ideas<http://goo.gl/forms/zhEkyC9xTmhM8PGi1>. The Community Call is always on for any topic you think ER&L should be covering! And, suggestions can be made anonymously and no sign-up is required. The Call for Ideas is separate from the Call for Session Proposals that collects full session submissions.
Have a great day!
Elizabeth Winter, Chair
Bonnie Tijerina, Conference Coordinator
ER&L Program Planning Committee
ER&L 2017, the 12th Annual Electronic Resources and Libraries is in Austin, Texas at the UT Austin Conference Center and will take place April 3-5, 2017. Housing and Early Registration are currently open. Visit electroniclibrarian.org<https://www.electroniclibrarian.org/>.
Thank you and regards,
Mr. Rindra M Ramli
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