NPSIG Christmas Special – share your favorite conference experiences in 2012

NPSIG Christmas Special: 2012 Conference Redux

On 13 Dec, we would like to gather for a special webinar with you. Let’s take a look back at a year full of interesting conferences and exciting events! The basic idea behind it is very simple: So many professional events are happening that it becomes almost impossible for an individual to attend all of them at once. Here is a chance to talk about your conference experiences in 2012, what they meant to you and the global LIS community. By sharing our key take-aways with each other, we will all get insights into interesting events, even if we could not make it to a conference.


This truly is a collaborative event, so you are all invited to tell your peers about an interesting conference or other event you have been to in 2012. Please list the event(s) you would like to talk about for 5-10 minutes. The webinar is supposed to be relaxed and informal. No PowerPoint is required. However, feel free to share websites, pictures and other material to illustrate your conference experience. Please also feel encouraged to co-present with others on the same event. As a platform, we are going to use Adobe Connect that includes chat (IM, voice/video chat), sharing documents with each other and many more options.

Date and times

13 Dec, 2012
2:00 p.m. CST
3:00 p.m. EST
9:00 p.m. CET  (21:00 Central European Time)
7:00 a.m. EDT (next day)

virtual meeting room:

The duration of the webinar will be depending on the final number of presentations.



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