Call for ER&L 2013 Proposals
Thank you for your interest. The Call for Proposal for the 2013 conference is now closed. Proposal Evaluation: The committee is currently evaluating each proposal on the basis of subject matter (including, but not limited to, the issues listed in the topic descriptions), clarity, and timeliness. Proposals should be for original work on topics of potential interest to the ER&L community. Proposal Types/ Track: ER&L is looking for the core program sessions. When submitting a proposal, choose the track that best represents your topic. The topics have been expanded and modified for the 2013 meeting. So, use the list as a guide for your submission.
1. Managing e-Resources in Libraries 2. Collection Development & Assessment 3. Leadership & Organizations 4. External & User Relationships 5. Use of Technologies: Current, Emerging, and Future 6. Scholarly Communication & Licensing 7. E-Research and Library Publishing
Program and Policy Questions
Please direct questions about the Call for Proposals to Elizabeth Winter. Please direct questions related to Workshops to Xan Arch. Please direct questions about the Submission site to Sandy Tijerina.
Submission Site Tool
This submission site tool, ProposalSpace, may be new to you if you did not submit for the 2012 conference. The tool requires a quick user account to be established to gain access to the submission form. Once a new account is established, select 2013 ER&L to view the call and start your submission. This tool will allow you to edit your submission over time as well as allow organizers to review and communicate with greater ease. We had great success with this tool in 2012. If you have any questions, contact us.