2021 AJL Conference Call for Proposals
Association of Jewish Libraries Digital Conference: June 27- July 1, 2021
Librarians, scholars, educators, archivists, authors, and library advocates are invited to submit proposals for papers and presentations on all aspects of librarianship and on topics related to Jews, Judaism, the Jewish experience or Israel. Presentations should be relevant to library professionals working in academic and research institutions, archives, synagogues, day schools, or Jewish community centers as well as public schools or libraries serving Jewish communities. Past topics have included collection development and management, programming, reader advisory services, special and rare collections, archival science, cataloging and classification, Jewish literature and literacy, digital and electronic resources and emerging technologies. All presentations will be delivered over Zoom.
Co-presenters and panel presentations are welcome, however, each presenter must submit a separate proposal. All submissions must be received by January 31, 2021. Proposals will be reviewed by the Programming Committee and all applicants will be notified in March, 2021.
Your last name
Your first name
Your phone number
Title of Presentation
Is this a panel presentation? EACH PANELIST MUST SUBMIT A SEPARATE PROPOSAL. *Note: Single presenters may be grouped into a session with other speakers.
If applicable, please list the names and e-mail addresses of the other presenters on your panel.
Your biography, not to exceed 750 characters
Presentation abstract, not to exceed 750 characters
Who is the target audience for your session? (check all that apply)
Research and Academic Librarians and Educators
High School Librarians and Educators
Day School Librarians and Educators
JCC Librarians and Community Educators
Preschool Librarians and Educators
Synagogue Librarians and Religious School Educators
Public and Secular School Librarians and Educators
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