The conference is coming – and you should participate!

Presentation proposals are now being solicited for the joint AzLA/MPLA 2014 conference!

Q: Who should submit a proposal?
A: YOU should.

Whether student, staff, or librarian, you’ve got a great idea, a unique perspective, or a new way of doing things that you should be sharing with other library professionals. You’ll be rewarded with networking opportunities, the chance to build your CV, and the satisfaction of contributing to your chosen field in a supportive environment.

You can go big with a full program or workshop, dip your toes in with a poster, or present in a 15-minute blitz session.

Need guidance? No problem! Here’s a great guide to creating winning conference proposals for library professionals.

Hesitant because you’re a library school student? Here’s a blog post on the whys and hows of submitting a conference proposal!

I presented a poster last year! I had a great time and met some wonderful people. If you need some topic ideas, take a look at last year’s presentations!

Deadlines for AzLA/MPLA 2014 conference:

  • Preconferences, Programs, and Workshops: April 28, 2014.
  • Posters, Roundtables and Blitz Sessions: May 26, 2014.

Submit your proposal on the AzLA website! Full press release here.

What do you want to see this year at the conference?

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