The deadline for submitting proposals was October 18, 2013.
Thank you for your interest in presenting at the the upcoming 2014 Library Technology Conference. The deadline for submitting proposals has passed. The Library Technology Conference Planning Committee would like to thank everyone who submitted proposals.
The Library Technology Conference Planning Committee is looking for a balance of sessions that will appeal to a broad library audience and provide a combination of “right now” solutions and “see the future” technology presentations. Projects could already be implemented or still in process. Long-term experiments that stretch the boundaries of how we work, or will work, in libraries, as well as “out of the box” solutions and ideas for libraries struggling to ‘keep up’ with evolving technologies are all welcome topics.
Additional suggested topics include:
- Cool web tools
- Social media use by libraries
- Digitizing collections
- Patron driven acquisitions
- Mobile computing
- Future of the ILS
- Digital repositories
- Online learning
- Funding technology in libraries
- Transforming library spaces
- Cutting edge information tools and how libraries are implementing them
- Streaming multimedia
- Web design & usability
- Tips and tools for searching the Web
- Digital archiving
- Managing data/accessing data for use in research
- Technology planning
- Virtual reference services
This list of suggested topics is not meant to limit your creativity!
The deadline for submitting a session proposal was October 18th, 2013.
If you have questions, please contact conference planners at firstname.lastname@example.org