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Subject:

Call for proposals for ELAG 2012: Presentations, Workshops and Bootcamps

From:

Valentine Charles <[log in to unmask]>

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Discussielijst voor Bibliothecarissen en Informatieprofessionals <[log in to unmask]>

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Elag 2012 will be hosted by the Universitat de les Illes Balears
(www.uib.es
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.uib.es&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFr
qEzdCHYrnGRPukJdUWuvtpoxrFcbKWA> ) in Palma de Mall orca, Spain.

The ELAG 2012 conference welcomes proposals for presentations, workshops
and preconference "hands-on" boot camps that address how new
technologies are extending the reach of the library and allowing library
services to be provided everywhere library users are found.

 

====

Call for proposal: presentations 2012

ELAG 2012 Conference presentations 16-18 May 2012, Palma de Mallorca,
Spain

 

Are your proud of the work you have been doing? 

Do you think you know stuff you should share? 

Do you have a great idea? Are you able to teach your colleagues
something? 

Make yourself heard and contribute to ELAG 2012 by giving a
presentation!

 

The theme of this year's conference is 'Libraries everywhere'. Libraries
are moving outside the walls of their buildings and the firewalls of
their networks in order to provide information to users wherever they
happen to be. They are applying mobile technology so that users can find
information, whether they are in the street or the classroom or
travelling to work or study. Libraries are participating in social
networks in order to be present in the virtual places that users visit
everyday. They are opening up and sharing library data so it can be
discovered via external systems and they are expanding beyond
traditional roles, curating raw research data from the laboratories to
ensure that results are verifiable and data can be re-used. As well,
while computing resources shift to the cloud or connect to grid
networks, libraries are moving beyond local systems and information
silos to discover, access and re-use information resources located
anywhere in the world.

 

Guidelines for conference presentations are available at:
http://www.elag.org/guidep.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fguidep.htm&sa=D
&sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzfSeil6hsoacGVyS7eJMKj_EofXNA> 


For inspiration about topics for your presentation, see the sub-themes
page: http://www.elag.org/callp.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fcallp.htm&sa=D&
sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzfcEc2oo7G2d21zVvat9FxXtSmskw> 

To propose a presentation, please complete out the form below and send
to: Peter van Boheemen ([log in to unmask]), Chair of the ELAG
2012 Programme Committee


All proposals will be reviewed by the ELAG 2012 Programme Committee


The deadline for proposals is Wednesday 1st February 2012. 

The results of the review process will be sent by Thursday 16th February
2012. 

Format

Title: 
Name of presenter(s):
About the presenter(s):
Intended audience: 
Abstract:

=====

Call for workshop proposals:

ELAG 2012 Workshops 16-18 May 2012, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Would you like to lead a stimulating discussion with a group of library
technologists?
Do you prefer encouraging audience participation rather giving a formal
lecture? 
Do you have a specific area of expertise that you would like to discuss
with like-minded colleagues?

Then lead a workshop during ELAG 2012! 

Workshops are a unique feature and an important part of the ELAG
conference. They give participants an opportunity to acquire new skills,
enhance their knowledge and get a more in-depth view of a specific
topic. 
The keyword for ELAG conferences is participation, so ELAG workshops
strive to be interactive, hands-on and solution-based in order to draw
from the experience and knowledge of participants and produce useful
advances, solutions or recommendations for the library community. 

A workshop leader will have a good grasp or some experience of the
subject, but it is not necessary to be a top expert in the field (though
in the past many renowned experts have run ELAG workshops). A good
workshop leader will present a topic and then stimulate discussion and
exchange of views and experiences rather than lecture. 

Past topics have included: Indexing with SOLR, Discovery interfaces,
FRBR and Identifiers and Web services. 


Further guidelines for workshop leaders and participants are available
at:http://www.elag.org/guidew.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fguidew.htm&sa=D
&sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzc_-i8oBZDYJ8OOns25bKJEu_PFUw> 

For inspiration about topics for your workshop, see the sub-themes page:
http://www.elag.org/callw.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fcallw.htm&sa=D&
sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzec1m5PLZINBID9b7DZqmDDQ2lY3g> . But don't be afraid to
propose another idea!

To propose a workshop, please complete the form below and send it to: 
Peter van Boheemen ([log in to unmask]), Chair of the ELAG 2012
Programme Committee.

All proposals will be reviewed by the ELAG 2012 Programme Committee. 

The deadline for proposals is Wednesday 1st February 2012. 

The results of the review process will be sent by Thursday 16th February
2012. 

Format

Workshop Title:

Name(s):

Audience:

Short description (up to 250 words):

Workshop outcomes: 

 

======

Call for Pre-Conference Bootcamp proposals: 

ELAG 2012 Pre-Conference Bootcamps - 15 May, 2012, Palma de Mallorca,
Spain

Are you a library hacker who has found new ways to leverage library data
to build 21st century services?
Are you a systems implementer boosting productivity by rapidly building
innovative applications? 
Do you think you've found a better way to create or deliver information
for library users?

A programme of optional Bootcamps offer ELAG participants the
opportunity to learn new skills or enhance their knowledge of specific
topics related to library technology. These Bootcamps provide
participants a way to learn from experts and veterans in a particular
domain. Hands-on and fast-paced,  these Bootcamps give a primer on the
most up-to-date practices in library automation and provide insights
into new, upcoming technologies. Bootcamp leaders have the opportunity
to present their work, test their applications in new contexts and find
collaboration partners.

Please share your expertise, show what you can do, and meet with other
library enthusiasts. 

Guidelines for Bootcamp leaders are available at:
http://www.elag.org/guidebc.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fguidebc.htm&sa=
D&sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzd_Z7SB2EmGwxJ05WpKKD2-26l0Ig> 


Last year's event saw lively discussions and developments on topics such
as Solr indexing, RDFa, Digital curation and the jQuery library. For
inspiration about topics for your workshop at this year's ELAG
conference, see the sub-themes page: http://www.elag.org/callbc.htm
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.elag.org%2Fcallbc.htm&sa=D
&sntz=1&usg=AFrqEzdbbRENymfv66wSr4yT5fOoHd9vCw> 

To propose a Bootcamp, please complete out the form below and send to:
Peter van Boheemen ([log in to unmask]), Chair of the ELAG 2012
Programme Committee


All proposals will be reviewed by the ELAG 2012 Programme Committee


The deadline for proposals is Wednesday 1st February 2012. 

The results of the review process will be sent by Thursday 16th February
2012. 

Format

Pre-conference Bootcamp Title: 
Name(s): 
Expected time slot: 
Audience:
Expertise: 
Required: 
Programming experience:
Short description:

 

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