Call for Proposals: Library Publishing Forum 2020
The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) is accepting proposals for the 2020 Library Publishing Forum to be held May 4-6, 2020, in Worcester, Massachusetts. Proposals are welcome from LPC members and nonmembers, including librarians, university press staff, scholars, students, and other scholarly communications and publishing professionals. We especially encourage proposals from first-time presenters and representatives of small and emerging publishing programs. The submission deadline is: November 15. UPDATE: The deadline for submissions has been extended to November 22!

We invite proposals for full sessions (60 minutes, including Q&A), individual presentations (~15 minutes), poster talks (90 second pitch and one hour viewing session), and experimental sessions (from 60 minutes or more). Proposals for full sessions must involve presenters from more than one institution or be interactive (e.g. workshop, working session, collaborative conversation). Proposals for individual presentations will be matched up thematically with other individual presentations into full sessions. Poster talks display content and concepts that work particularly well in a visual or one-on-one format. Experimental sessions should be interactive sessions not appropriate for the regular Forum program, such as meetings, extended workshops, hackathons, discussion groups, deep dives, un-conference sessions, birds-of-a-feather groups, etc. The Program Committee encourages you to think creatively about how you might use this new session format.

Learn more about the Forum and view the full call for proposals:
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For any of the presenters, would this be their first time speaking at the Forum?
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Are you willing to have your session streamed online? (Will not affect decision to accept proposal) *
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