ACRL New England 2017 Annual Conference Call for Proposals
Your title and institution
Your email address
Your phone number
Additional presenters (name, institution, email address for each)
Title of session
Interactive session or workshop (60 minutes)
Panel discussion (60 minutes)
Presentation (60 minutes)
Brief summary of session (1-2 sentences to be used for marketing)
Proposal description (500 word maximum)
Please check off specific space, equipment or technology needs (e.g. tables, podiums, microphones, easels, etc.) Rooms are equipped with desktop, projector, and screen.
Table/chair(s) for presenter(s)
Tables/chairs for workshop session
Microphone(s) - lavalier
Microphone(s) - handheld
Please provide any additional information about the requirements you listed above, (e.g. number needed, style, etc.)
If my proposal is accepted, I agree to have my proposal and session materials posted on the ACRL-NEC website and stored permanently in the ACRL-NEC Open Access Repository following the conference.
Please check here to indicate that you have read and agree to this statement.
If my proposal is NOT accepted for this 2017 ACRL-NEC Annual Conference, I will allow my proposal to be considered for other ACRL-NEC related events.
If your proposal is accepted, do you agree have your session livestreamed to the ACRL-NEC Annual Conference virtual sites?
Please add any comments, caveats, details or specific information that might be helpful.
~Conference presenters will receive a discounted Registration fee ($35 Non-students; $15 Library School Students)
~All presenters must attend the conference IN PERSON, virtual presentations will not be accepted.
~Electronic presentation materials (Powerpoints, videos, Prezis, etc.) will be required to be submitted by May 5th, 2017 @ 5:00pm to be uploaded by Conference Services to computers in the meeting rooms.
~University of Vermont Conference Center site:
~ACRL-NEC Annual Conference site:
Thank you for your submission!
Conference proposal decisions will be made by January 13, 2017.
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