CO Resource Sharing Conference: Call for Proposals and Lightning Talks
The 51st Annual Colorado Resource Sharing Conference (formerly Colorado Interlibrary Loan Conference) will take place on April 23-24, 2020, at Pikes Peak Library District, 21C Library. The conference planning committee is hard at work organizing the 2020 conference. This year we are accepting proposals for traditional 45-60 minute long presentations as well as 10-12 minute long lightning talks. Library employees from academic, public, rural, and special libraries are all encouraged to submit proposals in either category.

If you have interesting, innovative ideas including but not limited to the following topics, please submit a proposal for a presentation or lightning round for the committee's consideration:

• Resource Sharing Best Practices
• Customer Service
• Value of ILL for research
• Assessment
• Workflow enhancements
• Training
• Marketing ILL

We are looking for enthusiastic presenters who can inspire, teach, or inform us about a different aspect of resource sharing that could benefit others.

If you are interested in presenting at this conference, complete the call for programs and lightning talks form below by January 31, 2020. All proposals will be reviewed by the conference planning committee and those presenters who are selected will be notified by February 14, 2020.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Your Library/Organization *
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Type of Presentation *
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Presentation Description (please remember to send a program outline to *
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Who is the audience of this program? *
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What are the program objectives? *
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Have you presented at a library conference before? *
If you answered yes to the previous question, please list up to five previous presentations that you have made.
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