Second Call for Proposals
NASIG 24th Annual Conference
Riding the Rapids Through a Mountain of Change
June 4-7, 2009
Asheville, North Carolina
The North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) 2009 Program Planning Committee (PPC) extends a second call for proposals and/or program ideas for pre-conference, vision, strategy, and tactics sessions. We welcome all proposals related to serials and electronic resources, and we are particularly interested in the following topics in order to provide a diverse conference program:
- Standards, their application, and the impact on content providers and libraries
- Licensing issues, including negotiation of terms, workflows, and integration with publisher, vendor, and library systems
- Changes in the cataloging environment, including RDA and other policy or standard decisions and the effects of changes in the discovery of library resources
- Serials-related issues in scholarly communication, access and preservation of intellectual content, such as library-managed journal publication and data curation
- Continuing development of ERM, including evaluations of effectiveness, workflow changes, and other aspects not previously examined at NASIG conferences
- Programs reporting the findings of descriptive or experimental research on serials-related topics
The Program Planning Committee will review all submitted proposals for their content, timeliness, and reserves the right to combine, blend, or refocus proposals to maximize their relevance and to avoid duplication.
This Call for Proposals will close on October 31, 2008.
Presentations must be original and not previously presented at other conferences. The Programming Planning Committee hopes to notify applicants of the status of their proposals in December 2008. Inquiries may be sent to the PPC co-chairs, Erika Ripley and Morag Boyd at: email@example.com.
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Thursday, September 25, 2008
NASIG: 2nd Call for Conference Proposals
The NASIG Program Planning Committee has put out a 2nd call for proposals for the 2009 conference.