Call for Posters

SUNYLA 2016: Convergence: Libraries from Every Direction

Call for Poster Session Proposals

June 8-10, 2016 at Binghamton University, SUNY

*Deadline to submit: Monday, March 21, 2016

Libraries today are situated at a point of convergence: where traditional and innovative ideas, formats, and practices come together. The SUNYLA 2016 annual conference will explore convergence in academic libraries, including how we navigate the convergence of print and digital worlds; how we balance successful methods of the past with the drive to continuously improve our spaces and services for the future; how all the departments and people within a library work together to achieve our goals; and how libraries grow stronger by collaborating with each other. Please join us at Binghamton University, State University of New York, on June 8-10, 2016, as we ourselves converge in order to share knowledge and strengthen our libraries.

We invite all SUNY and non-SUNY librarians and staff to submit proposals for the poster session.

Please note:

* Wifi is available in the poster session area, but electrical outlets are not. If you plan to use an electronic display, please bring a fully charged device.

* For information on expense reimbursement, please refer to the Guidelines for the SUNYLA Annual Conference Expenses: http://sunyla.org/policies/conference-expenses

If you have any questions please contact Anne Larrivee, larrivee@binghamton.edu, or Laura Evans, evans@binghamton.edu

Poster Sessions will be held on Thursday afternoon, June 9, from 4:15 – 6:15.

Submit your poster proposal here.

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