Call for Proposals - National Diversity in Libraries Conference
The 2010 National Diversity in Libraries Conference, "NDLC2010: From Groundwork to Action," will take place from July 14-16, 2010 in Princeton, NJ.
The National Diversity in Libraries Conference (NDLC) is a biennial event that serves as a regional meeting for library staff members to discuss diversity issues, especially issues common to the host region’s culture.
The 2010 NDLC Planning Committee invites you to submit a proposal for presentation at the conference. Proposal submission details are listed below.
Conference presentations are sought in all areas of diversity, including but not limited to, the following:
administration and management; recruitment and retention; leadership; continuing education; mentoring; organizational culture; office environment; budgeting; motivation; staff skill development; cross-training; usability
reference; collections; programming; assessment; instructional design; marketing; collaborations; community spaces/learning spaces; outreach; the Library as a Place; customer service; consumerization; usability
emerging technologies; technology services; social networking; teaching and learning; innovations; online learning; core competencies; Library 2.0; YouTube; digitization; open source; visual media; web-based collaborative software; learning 2.0, second life; widgets/applications/mashups; virtual libraries/scan on demand
- Individual presentation
- Poster session
- Panel session
Proposals which include all of the following will be considered:
- Name and contact information for principal contact (if more than one person will be presenting);
- Complete contact information for all speakers: include name, title, employer or affiliation, email address, telephone/fax numbers;
- Title of proposed program;
- Program theme;
- Program format;
- A brief (100 words or less) description of the program for conference program purposes;
- A detailed description (up to 500 words) for proposal submission review;
- At least three learning outcomes;
- Audiovisual/equipment requirements (if any); and
- Biographical statement of the presenter(s) (up to 50 words per presenter).
Proposal submission deadline: October 2, 2009.
Notifications will be made by early December, 2009.
(I didn't link to their website because they don't have one yet. It's in progress. I saw the CFP on Facebook and on a Columbia University Libraries announcements list.)