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ER&L Conference Presentations


For those who may be interested in attending the 2014 ER&L Conference (that’s, Electronic Resources & Libraries), please take a look at this invitation for your input.  Full Disclosure: one of these presentations was submitted by a colleague and myself.  I won’t say which one, but I hope you will find it interesting enough to select without (or despite) my association.

Participate in #erl14 Community Voting TODAY!
Shape the conversation for the future of e-resources management with your vote. The ER&L Program Planning Committee welcomes and encourages the community to participate in our open, easy and anonymous community vote of submitted proposal on e-resources management and related topics under consideration for the 2014 ER&L Conference program agenda. Community voting requires no registration and is open NOW through November 25th. Which sessions do you want to see at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin and Online, March 16-19, 2014? Click and help to shape the e-resources agenda in 2014.  http://www.electroniclibrarian.com/presenters/vote

Book your ER&L Hotel Room.

Proposals have been submitted in record numbers (over a 95% increase from 2013!) and we’re looking forward to the final program from the ER&L Planning Committee in the few weeks. What can you cross of your list now? Registration and Hotel rooms! The ER&L Conference center hotel property will reach capacity. Please reserve your room at the AT&T Center before the facility sells out: http://www.electroniclibrarian.com/conference-info/travelhotels

Coming soon… Updates coming soon on the ER&L Program, Exhibitor Updates and details on the returning Taylor and Francis Student Travel Award Scholarshipshttp://www.electroniclibrarian.com/

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One comment on “ER&L Conference Presentations

  1. ER&L
    December 20, 2013

    Thanks for this post… and for your submission to #erl14. See you in Austin for your talk “Usage of E-books with Enriched Bibliographic Records”

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