SLIP Ireland 2019 Conference Submission Form
On the Saturday 23rd of February 2018 SLIP Ireland are delighted to be holding our Fourth Annual Conference! The theme of this year's conference is "The Information Professional As Author".

As always, we are open to a broad interpretation of the theme. You are free to consider any type of writing or publishing an information professional / librarian / archivist may be a part of. From an academic researcher, to a practitioner writing a project report. You could consider grant proposals or social media authorship, or authorship in different formats such as audio, video as well as the written word.

Submissions are now open for current students and graduates of the last three years from any library qualification (UCD, DBS, Ulster University, distance learning). Submissions are also welcome from students and graduates of Archival Studies, Archives and Records Management and Digital Humanities.

Please use this form to submit your proposal for a 10 minute lightning presentation. Check out our blog for submission guidelines for presentations:

If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the conference just send an email to

Good luck, we can't wait to see what you have got for us this year!


Submission Deadline:

Friday 11 January at 17:00


Conference Details:

Venue: Dublin City Library & Archive, 144 Pearse St., Dublin 2.
Date: 23/02/2018
Time: TBC

Name *
If making a group submission please list names of all participants.
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Email Address *
If making a group submission please list only one email address for corresponding author.
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Biography of Presenter *
A short biography of you or your group (50 - 100 words) including any relevant information e.g. job title, qualifications, achievements, research interests. This will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Please include your Twitter handle/other social media info if you would like it in the programme.
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Title of proposed presentation *
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Abstract *
Maximum 250 words
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