NASIG 33rd Annual Conference
Transforming the Information Community
June 8 to 11, 2018
Publishers, vendors, librarians, and others in the fields of electronic resources, serials, library publishing and scholarly communication are encouraged to submit proposals relating to scholarly communication, publishing, resource acquisition, management, and discovery. Proposals based on emerging trends, case studies, and descriptive and experimental research findings are encouraged. Proposals reflecting the conference theme will be especially valued.
As we have in recent years, the PPC specifically welcomes programs focusing on the Core Competencies that the NASIG Core Competency Task Forces developed for Electronic Resources Librarians, Print Serials Management, and Scholarly Communication Librarians. Please refer to the Core Competencies.
Program topics inspired by the Core Competencies include:
- Electronic resource life cycle and management
- Collection analysis and development
- Standards and systems of cataloging and classification, metadata, and indexing
- Licensing and legal framework
- Standards, initiatives, and best practices
- Personal qualities of electronic and/or print serials resources librarians as defined in the NASIG Core Competencies for Electronic Resources Librarians and Print Serials Management.
- Scholarly communication (copyright, institutional repositories, publishing, data management)
- Life cycle of print serials
- Workflow of print resources
- Effective communication with those within and outside the library community
- Supervision and management of staff working in areas included in the core competencies
- Management of projects related to electronic and/or print resources or scholarly communication
Please use the online form to submit a proposal or program or idea. This Call for Proposals opens on September 18, 2017 and will close on November 15, 2017.
Please note the following:
- The PPC welcomes proposals that are still in the formative stages, and may work with potential presenters to focus their proposals further.
- Proposals should name any particular products or services that are integral to the content of the presentation. However, as a matter of NASIG policy, programs should not be used as a venue to promote or attack any product, service, or institution.
- Time management issues generally limit each session to one to three speakers for conference sessions. Panels of four (4) or more speakers are discouraged and must be discussed in advance with the Program Planning Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Please refer to the NASIG reimbursement policy for reimbursement of speaker expenses.
- All session speakers must complete a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prior to speaking at the conference.
- All speakers must honor NASIG’s Code of Conduct.
- NASIG may provide online live streaming of presentation sessions, and all speakers will be required to give NASIG the right to stream this content.
Inquiries may be sent to PPC at: email@example.com
We look forward to a great conference in Atlanta!
Violeta Ilik and Maria Collins
NASIG PPC Chair and Vice-Chair