Registration is now open for the Mississippi State University Libraries eResource & Emerging Technologies Summit (MSU LEETS) being held at Mississippi State University on Thursday and Friday, August 1st – 2nd, 2013!
Registration for the full conference is $80. One-day registration is available for $50. NASIG members and LIS students receive a discount. Registration is online at http://library.msstate.edu/leets-reg/.
MSU LEETS Emerging Technologies focus: Thursday, August 1st
On Thursday, Matthew Reidsma of Grand Valley State University will offer a keynote on Responsive Web Design for Libraries, followed by additional Steal-This-Idea sessions from your colleagues across the country including Andrew Youngkin, Emerging Technologies Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore; Ashley Krenelka, Reference and Electronic Services Librarian, Stetson University, College of Law; Callie Wiygul, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Southern Mississippi; Deborah Lee, Professor/Coordinator/Associate Director, Mississippi State University; Jorge Brown, Access Services Librarian, University of Southern Mississippi; Lauren Dodd Hall, Assistant Systems Librarian, Fairchild Research Information Center; William C. Friedman, Web Services Librarian, University of Alabama; and Brett Spencer, Reference Librarian, University of Alabama.
MSU LEETS eResource focus: Friday, August 2nd
Friday’s NASIG-sponsored eResource focus provides you with a chance to broaden your knowledge of issues surrounding the acquisition, operation, collection, and management of electronic resources in academic libraries. Featured speakers include: Nate Hosburgh, Electronic Resources Librarian, Montana State University, Bozeman; Chris Bulock, Electronic Resources Librarian, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Marie Kennedy, Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA; Lauren Wallis, Reference and Instruction Librarian, University of Montevallo; and Janetta Waterhouse, Director of Library Systems and Technical Services, University of Illinois, Springfield.
There will also be poster sessions held throughout the Summit. We hope to see you in August!