The 2019 Access <> Program Committee invites
proposals for participation in the upcoming Access Conference, which will
be held September 30 to October 2, 2019 in Edmonton, Alberta at the Matrix
<https:[log in to unmask],-113.5043328,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xcf082ff6f71ed391?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwinkY615-nhAhUNHnwKHXK2DWEQ_BIwCnoECA0QCA>,
hosted by University of Alberta Libraries <>.
The call for proposals is open until *May 10th, 2019*.

This single stream conference features exciting keynotes, presentations,
lightning talks, a hackathon, and lots of time for networking and social
events. We are seeking proposals for:

   - 20 min presentations (15 min presentation & 5 min for questions)
      - These could be demos, theory or practice, case studies, original
      research, etc.
      - These submissions will be peer-reviewed
   - 60 min multi-speaker sessions (45 min + 15 min for questions)
      - We expect you to organize the speakers but the format is up to you.
      In these longer blocks, we want to give space for dialogue and
      around an issue or project.
      - These submissions will be peer-reviewed like the presentation
   - 5 min lightning talks
      - Want to show off a new project, introduce a hypothesis or just have
      something to say? These 5 min lightning talks are the perfect
place to get
      in front of an audience and get your idea out there.
      - These sessions will not be peer-reviewed.

Submit a proposal by *May 10, 2019* at

Need some ideas? Check out the 2018 conference program
<> and past conference websites

Questions? Contact us at [log in to unmask]

*Sarah Severson *| she/her/hers
Digital Initiatives Projects Librarian

University of Alberta Libraries <> | 2-10P
Cameron Library
11231 Saskatchewan Drive,  Edmonton, AB T6G 2J8
(780) 492-7998 | [log in to unmask]

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