Internet Librarian International 2015
October 20-21, 2015
London, United Kingdom
Dynamic disruption: transforming the library
Conference URL: http://www.internet-librarian.com/2015/
Information Today invites you to submit your presentation ideas for this year’s Internet Librarian International (ILI) – the fast-growing innovation and technology conference that attracts hundreds of global library and information professionals each year.
We are seeking innovative case studies and discussions on the ideas, strategies and practical implementations that are helping you make a difference to your organisations, clients and communities.
ILI is all about the exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience and this year we will also be exploring the ‘big questions’ which challenge libraries and information professionals – who are we, and what are we for?
Which new technologies, services and business models are the most appropriate now, and where should we focus our attentions next? What changes can we make to ensure our communities thrive? How do we deliver 'constant innovation'? How can we meet the often unexpressed needs of our customers?
We are also looking for your ideas for the X-Track - an informal space for hands-on interactive activities.
As always, we welcome contributions from all types of libraries and info pros - public, academic, government, national or commercial - as well as those working outside a 'traditional' library setting.
Click here to submit your ideas.
This year’s Call for Speakers has 6 main categories:
Innovative technologies, tools and apps
Latest developments in search and discovery
Cutting edge services – new structures, new roles, new ideas
Transforming engagement - new ways to influence
Innovations in content - creation, collaboration, copyright and co-operation
X-Track experiences and ideas
We’re looking for a range of presentation formats, including:
30-minute scene-setting themed papers
15-minute case study presentations
X-Track experiences and volunteers
The submissions deadline is 10th April 2015.