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iSquares: A New Approach to Information Research and Education

iSquares: A New Approach to Information Research and Education   Join us for a Webinar on Friday, February 7 FREE for ASIS&T members, $10 for non-members Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: http://www.asis.org/Conferences/webinars/Webinar-2-7-2014-register.html This webinar introduces an arts-informed, visual approach to engage the concept of information afresh: the draw-and-write technique. Human subjects […]

Second Call for Volunteers for the 2014 BC Library Conference

Hello BCLA members, Volunteers will be needed to make the 2014 BC Library Conference a success. Please let us know by February 7th if you are able to help! Don’t miss the chance to meet new people, network with the library community, catch-up with old friends, and contribute to your Association! If you are interested […]

North American Data Documentation Initiative Conference

North American Data Documentation Initiative Conference and Workshops: The Conference Research data management has become an important global issue as funding agencies, publishers, and disciplines increasingly require the sharing of publicly funded data. The Open Data movement treats curated data as a valuable resource available to support new research with the potential for new discoveries. […]

Call for Papers: The 16th International Conference on Electronic Commerce

Call for Papers: ICEC 2014 – The 16th International Conference on Electronic Commerce Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 5-6, 2014 The International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC) is a forum for the exchange of new ideas related to emerging technologies and managerial practices in electronic commerce, IT services and mobile business. ICEC 2014 will be held […]

BCLA Conference Scholarships and Awards

Dear BCLA Members, BCLA is fortunate to have several scholarships and awards to support members interested in attending the BC Library Conference. These Scholarships and Awards help us build a broad and inclusive Association by supporting those members who need funding to engage in new learning and in personal and professional development. This is especially […]

[IFLA-L] Reminder: Call for papers – SIG Indigenous Matters

Call for Papers Special Interest Group: Indigenous Matters 16 – 22 August 2014, Lyon Theme: Vive le “I” for indigenous in IFLA: strengthening cultural responsiveness and accountability in libraries and information Due date for Proposals for Papers: 3 February 2014 Join in today! The SIG Indigenous Matters invites proposals for papers that illustrate how library […]

Women and Technology Conference at Carleton University

The Women and Technology Conference is a meeting of Ontario scholars working in applied and technical fields, the natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences. This year?s meeting will take place in Ottawa, on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, with all events being hosted at Carleton University. The goal of the Women and Technology Conference is to […]

Registration for Texas A&M Book History Workshop

Registration has opened for the thirteenth annual Book History Workshop at Texas A&M University, scheduled for May 18-23, 2014.  Taking place in Cushing Memorial Library, the Workshop provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to the history of books and printing.  Applicants who apply early (before February 15) and are accepted into the program will receive a […]

Church and Synagogue Library Association (CSLA) Student Membership

From CSLA: The best kept secret in the Library World! The Church and Synagogue Library Association, CSLA, was founded in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, in 1967, by a group of Church Librarians who felt they could benefit by sharing ideas and problems. Today the Association has a diverse membership throughout the United States and Canada and […]

2014 Tri-Nations Education Conference – Call for Papers extended

CALL FOR PAPERS ¬ extended to February 16, 2014 ———————————————————————————————— 2014 Tri-Nations Education Conference March 29-30, 2014 The University of British Columbia | Vancouver, Canada ———————————————————————————————— Internationalization in Education: Its Nature, Challenges and Possibilities in an Increasingly Globalized World Internationalization in Education is being discussed and debated globally as universities compete for the best students […]

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