November 2014

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New Frontiers Submission Deadline Extended

NEW FRONTIERS GRADUATE HISTORY CONFERENCE York University, Toronto February 19-21, 2015 Call for Papers Submission Deadline Extended to December 20, 2014 We are seeking proposals for the nineteenth annual New Frontiers in Graduate History Conference. We encourage papers from a wide range of national, regional, thematic and methodological backgrounds. New Frontiers is an excellent […]

SAVE-the-DATE! True North Science Boot Camp 2015 coming to UBC Okanagan, Kelowna, BC, May 25-27

The 2nd Annual True North Science Boot Camp for Librarians is moving to Kelowna, BC, Canada! – the heart of wine-country in Western Canada – and while we are still busy sorting all the details and adding them to the website, we want to make sure you block these dates off in your calendar so […]

Call for Proposals: CLA 2015 Conference, Privacy and Security – Are you open to the public?

Deadline for submissions: December 19, 2014 Theme The Canadian Library Association and the 2015 Conference Planning Committee invites you to submit proposals for the 70th CLA National Conference and Trade Show, which is taking place in Ottawa, ON from June 3 – 6, 2015. This year’s conference theme is Privacy and Security – Are you […]

Call for Volunteers – Indigenous Special Issue of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Dear iSchool students, As Guest Editors of the Indigenous Special Issue of Cataloging & Classification (CCQ), we are recruiting volunteers to vet manuscripts in preparation for publication Spring 2015. The original call for papers is available at We expect receipt of final draft manuscripts between Dec 8, 2014 – Jan 30, 2015. The volunteer […]

Study abroad with LIS British Studies 2015

How would you like to spend a month in beautiful London, England, while earning graduate course credits? If yes, then come along with us next July on British Studies 2015, a month-long study abroad program hosted by The University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Library and Information Science (SLIS), for on-site lectures and guided tours […]

Graduate Pathways to Success Sessions

Graduate Pathways to Success Sessions: Foundations of Project Management II + Strategies for Improving your Academic Writing Registration is now open for the following Graduate Pathways to Success sessions: Foundations of Project Management II (a Mitacs Step workshop) Tuesday, December 2nd and Wednesday, December 3rd 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM . Please note that attendance […]

WSU NDSA Student Chapter’s 3rd Annual Colloquium: Call for Speakers and Poster Submissions

The Wayne State University National Digital Stewardship Alliance Student Chapter will be holding its 3rd colloquium, “Putting the Pieces Together: Digital Curation, Preservation, and Metadata”, on Friday, April 24, 2015 in Detroit, MI. We are looking for students, alumni, and professionals to speak or present a poster about any topic related to the skills, tools […]

Bachelor of Computer Science (ICS) second degree – a post-baccalaureate program

BCS is a unique, 20-month, second degree program. It is designed for university graduates possessing a bachelor’s degree in another field who are interested in making a career transition into information technology, or combining their own field with computer science. This program is the only Bachelor of Computer Science program offered in Western Canada. Features: […]

NDSR Washington, D.C. Resident Application Information

We are pleased to announce that application requirements to become a resident for the upcoming Washington, D.C. class of the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program are now available on our website, located at The site contains information about how to apply to the program as well as specific requirements. The D.C. residency will […]

SBP 2015 Grand Data Challenge

The Grand Data Challenge of the 2015 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral Modeling & Prediction Overview This year’s SBP Grand Challenge problem asks participants to consider the following question, “how can we use publicly available data on the web and elsewhere to find social inequality and to aid the disadvantaged?” From the Arab Spring […]

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