This event is being planned by library staff from across the country and some very creative folks. It was an idea started by folks at GA Tech library and they are working hard on planning it. I'm serving on the program planning committee and will post updates on the conference as we get moving.
Here's the call for proposals:
On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we would like to invite you to submit a proposal for the Access Services Conference 2009, “Unlocking the 21st Century Library”. This year's event will be held at Georgia Tech Global Learning Center in Atlanta, GA from November 11-13, 2009.
The Access Services Conference is an opportunity for individuals working in all areas of Access Service in libraries to gather information and communicate with other professionals about Circulation, Reserves, Interlibrary Loan, Student Worker Management, Security, Stacks Maintenance, and other topics of interest.
We invite program proposals from March 30 until 5pm, July 15, 2009.
Accepted program proposal submissions should be able to fit within a 50 minute segment. Proposals might focus on any of the following areas:
Student Workers Management
Current technology for access service enhancement
Program Proposal guidelines:
Please submit an abstract, 300 words or less, with the program title and your name. Program proposals will be reviewed by the program committee and those presenters who are selected will be notified by August 15, 2009. In order to submit a proposal, please create an account at the conference website http://conferences.library.
login and select the “Author” link to submit your proposal.
Please direct any questions to Denita Hampton email@example.com