DILS Conference Denver 2014

The 16th Distance Library Services Conference is heading to Denver in 2014, and we want you to help build on 30 years of thought-provoking contributions in the field of distance librarianship!

The Distance Library Services Conference is librarianship’s most respected venue for sharing research, ideas, perspectives, and best practices in providing library resources and services at a distance. If you have a topic of interest to distance librarianship, we invite you to submit a proposal by June 10, 2013. Possible topic areas include, but are not limited to, the following:

Advocacy
Assessment
Budgets
Collaboration
Collection development
Copyright
Customer service
Digital resources
Diversity
Document delivery
eBooks Electronic resources
Embedded librarians
Emerging technologies
Hot topics/wild card
Information literacy
Innovation
Instruction
Leadership & management
Marketing
Mobile technologies
Organizational change Outreach/engagement
Patron access
Professional/staff development
Reference
Social media
Technology
Trends & forecasting
User experience
Web development

Presentations from the previous conference can be found at http://gcls2.cmich.edu/conf2012/presentations.php.

Session formats include paper presentations, panel discussions, poster sessions, and workshops.

Benefits of presenting at the Distance Library Services Conference include:
• Conference proceedings are published in the Journal of Library and Information Service for Distance Learning
• Opportunity to present your work to a large and diverse audience of distance librarians, educators and administrators
• Registration fee discount
• And it’s loads of fun!

Submit your proposal today!
http://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2014/call

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Thad Dickinson
Conference Coordinator
16th Distance Library Services Conference
dls2014@cmich.edu

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