Join us for the NPSIG Holiday Conference Redux 2013 on Dec 19th!


Due to the success of last year’s Conference Redux, NPSIG will be hosting the event for a second time. We’ve had another year full of conferences and LIS-related events all over the globe, so let’s get together online and discuss! The Conference Redux is your opportunity to share your conference experiences from 2013 with the global NPSIG community. We hope that by sharing everyone’s experiences, we can all get in touch with what important trends and topics are being covered in the LIS community the world over.

Instructions

Like last year, we want the Conference Redux to be a 100% collaborative event. Anyone who is interested in talking about LIS-focused events and conferences is welcome to sign up. On our shared document, please list the conferences/events you want to discuss. Everyone will have 5-10 minutes per conference or event. As this is an informal webinar, you don’t need to prepare a PowerPoint or other presentation. You’re welcome to share related links, pictures, or any other material that might be of interest. Festive sweaters, beverages, and snacks are also encouraged to enhance your Conference Redux experience. We will be using Adobe Connect (the same platform as our virtual business meetings) which enables participants to present with video and audio, screen share, and document share.

Date and times

19 Dec, 2013
12:00 p.m. CST
1:00 p.m. EST
7:00 p.m. CET  (19:00 Central European Time)
5:00 a.m. EDT (next day)

virtual meeting room

sign up for a conference report

The length of the webinar will depend on the final number of presentations, but please feel free to come and go as your schedule allows!

Hope to see you there!!

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