The Department of Library and Information Science at the Catholic University of America will be hosting the Cultural Heritage Information Management Forum on June 5, 2015. This year’s Forum will include a poster session. Call-For-Posters: Cultural Heritage Information Management Forum at the Catholic University of America, posted on January 31, 2015, outlined the specifications for submitting poster proposals to the Forum Planning Committee.
Since the original press release, the CHIM Forum Planning Committee has elected to officially extend the poster proposal submission deadline to March 15, 2015. All subsequent call-for-posters announcements and related information releases will reflect this change. All other “important dates” related to the Forum and call-for-posters remain the same, including the March 23, 2015 notification of proposal acceptance.
For more detailed information on submitting a proposal, please refer to the original blog post. Those seeking further details about the CHIM Forum itself may refer to the event website.
As always, questions and concerns can be answered by contacting the CHIM Forum Planning Committee.
Important Changes: Deadline for poster proposal submissions has been changed from March 2, 2015 to March 15, 2015.
No matter what sector of librarianship you happen to be in, you’re sure to gain valuable knowledge and useful insights at this year’s annual “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium! The Symposium is coming up on Friday, February 20, so register now for:
- Keynote speaker Superintendent of Documents Mary Alice Baish’s update on the changes underway at the recently renamed Government Publications Office, and the future of government information.
- Panelists and speakers sharing experiences and insights from across the spectrum of librarianship, from School Library Media to Law Librarianship and more.
- Lunch and poster sessions that provide opportunities to catch up with old friends and make unexpected new connections.
As the National Capital region’s only regional symposium featuring diverse contributions from your local colleagues, and at an incredibly affordable $25, this is a “don’t miss” event!
For more information, visit the Symposium’s homepage. To register now, please visit the event registration portal.
CUA Library and Information Science students are eligible to have their registration fee supported by AGLISS! Simply register for the Symposium, using this form, by Friday, February the 6th, and you will be registered for free, courtesy of AGLISS.
Once you’ve requested the registration fee waiver, AGLISS will verify your current enrollment as a CUA LIS student and send you a confirmation message.