[Eril-l] NETSL Annual Conference 2022
emilygraham at brandeis.edu
Wed Jan 12 04:35:05 PST 2022
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NETSL Annual Conference <https://netsl.wordpress.com/>
Friday, April 8th, 2022
Virtual or in-person at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
*We are currently planning for a hybrid conference. We continue to monitor
the situation with Covid-19. The health and safety of our presenters and
attendees is important to us and we will provide an update on our
conference mode in February.
Interested in attending? Consider taking this two-question survey
<https://forms.gle/uRkfs3kzK5gj2err8> to help us plan the event.
Call for Proposals - applications due Friday, January 28, 2022
Please submit your proposal using the form
<https://forms.gle/MsUtMrMEbZzT3AwZ9>. You can present virtually or
in-person. The NETSL board will review proposals for their content,
relevance, and overall fit. Applicants will be notified about proposals in
late February and presenters will have their registration fees waived.
What is NETSL?
The New England Technical Services Librarians (NETSL) is a section of the
New England Library Association (NELA <https://www.nelib.org/sections>).
Our mission is to bring together all persons interested in technical
services for the exchange of ideas and discussion of problems.
What topics are we looking for?
We're seeking proposals for 60-minute breakout or workshop sessions
lightning talks related to our 2022 theme: "Our Work Supports Everyone:
Demonstrating the Value of Technical Services." Technical services staff
collaborate with many departments in the library and talks might cover (but
are not limited to):
Cataloging and metadata
Digital asset management
Interlibrary loan / resource sharing
Relationships with other library and campus departments
You can see titles of past presentations since 2005 at the NETSL website
<https://netsl.wordpress.com/>. Please direct any questions to
the NETSL Executive Board at netsl at nelib.org
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