The deadline to submit presentation proposals for the Library 2.013
Worldwide Virtual Conference <>  is Monday,
September 30, 2013. This is a great opportunity to share your expertise,
case studies, and research with information professionals from around the
world. Your proposal can be a simple paragraph explaining what you plan to
talk about. Your actual presentation doesn’t have to be finalized until the
conference starts on October 18, 2013. 


This year’s conference features eight subject strands
<> . Everyone is invited to
submit a presentation proposal. If you have any doctoral students, please
encourage them to submit a presentation proposal for one of our new strands,
as follows:


Doctoral Student Research


·         Present your research in a non-threatening environment and get
feedback from professionals who might be interested in implementing your

·         Add online presentation experience to your resume –most LIS
programs are looking for faculty who can present online.


The Library 2.013 Worldwide Virtual Conference is an open, online,
participatory conference about the future of libraries in the 21st century.
The conference is free to attend and will be held in multiple languages and
time zones over the dates of October 18-19, 2013. The conference is
co-founded by the nationally ranked San Jose State University School of
Library and Information Science <> .


Join the conversation and submit your proposal today
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For more information, please visit:



Nicole Purviance

Marketing and Outreach Specialist

School of Library and Information Science

San José State University

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