ACRL invites its committees, sections, and individual members to consider submitting a program proposal for the 2011 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans.
How it Works:
Virtual meeting December 8, 2009, at 11:00 a.m.
Contact Megan Griffin at mgriffin at ala dot org to attend.
CST for ACRL units and members interested in submitting a proposal for a 2011 ALA Annual Conference Program. The purpose of this meeting is to provide potential conference program planners with an understanding of the Annual Conference program planning process, including budgets, timelines, and planning tips. Please note that the Annual Conference program planning process spans twenty months, until Annual 2011.
Program Proposal forms are Due May 3, 2010
The ACRL Professional Development Coordinating Committee will review and select 2011 Annual Conference programs, and notifications will be issued before the 2010 ALA Annual Conference.
If you have any questions about the 2011 program process, please contact Megan Griffin at mgriffin at ala dot org.
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