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DEADLINE PASSED: Call for proposals - Brick and Click Libraries - 7 November 2014

By nfawley on January 9, 2014 5:24 PM | Permalink

14th Annual Brick and Click Libraries
Friday, November 7, 2014
Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri

Discover: www.brickandclick.org           Connect: https://www.facebook.com/BrickandClickConference          Engage: https://twitter.com/BCconf

"Brick and Click" is a one-day conference of practical relevance to directors, librarians and paraprofessionals supporting traditional and online resources/services for academic library users.  We invite you to submit a presentation proposal.

Presenter Benefits:

+ Presenters receive an opportunity to publish a paper in the conference proceedings and a reduced registration fee ($100). 

+ Presenters can choose between providing a 50 minute session, a 10-minute “Lightning Round” presentation, or can submit both.
    For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/BCformats. 

Topics suggested from the 2013 evaluation forms include: Instructional technology, collection consolidation, learning commons vs. laptops/tablets; social media, fostering organizational change, methods for demonstrating the value of libraries, impact of discovery tools on instruction, public service and collection development; how your library impacts student retention, innovative reference services, developing an electronic thesis/dissertation depository, emerging trends and technologies, practical instruction examples that impact student motivation and learning; mission fulfillment with declining staff(unfilled positions); the academic library and the
coffee shop, marketing. Sample topics are available at http://bit.ly/BCtopics.

Submit your proposal(s) by March 3, 2014 using the following link(s):

     50-minute presentation:  http://bit.ly/BC50mins

     10-minute presentation:  http://bit.ly/BC10min

If you have questions about presentation proposals, please e-mail Kathy Hart at:  juliah@nwmissouri.edu.