Call For Proposals – ALAO Conference 2010

Proposals for ALAO’s 36th Annual Conference, which will be held October 29th, 2010, are now being accepted.

The Presentation and Poster Session deadline is April 16th, 2010

The ALAO Conference Planning Committee invites you to submit proposals for presentations and poster sessions that bring new, exciting, and practical ideas and approaches that can be used in all academic library settings. This year’s conference theme “Academic Libraries: Now and Tomorrow” looks at the challenging first decade of the 21st century we’ve just come through and gives us a window to the future as we look ahead to the next ten years.

Presentations may take the form of contributed papers, demonstrations, workshops, research, and panel discussions. Poster session proposals embracing the conference theme and that present original ideas, innovative solutions to problems, library related projects, and creative approaches to challenges facing academic libraries today.

We hope to encourage both library support staff and library student growth, career development, and participation in conference activities by offering both a Support Staff Presenter Grant and a new offering for this annual conference is the Library Student Presenter Grant. Further details on both grants are available on the conference website.

For more details and our proposal form please check the conference website.

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