Call for Posters from graduate students in library and information science programs and library fellows for LOEX 2019 – Minneapolis, MN! LOEX is a self-supporting, non-profit educational clearinghouse for library instruction and information literacy information for academic librarians.
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Students currently enrolled in a graduate program in library and information sciences along with librarians in resident or intern programs are invited to propose poster sessions. Proposals are due Monday, January 28, 2019. Registration cost for the conference is $95 for student presenters (half-off regular registration fee).
Poster sessions should visually convey research in the areas of instruction and information literacy. They typically take the form of a poster and should include brief narratives, data, and graphics that quickly summarize the presenter’s research. Computer displays, handouts, directions to websites, and other materials can also be incorporated into the exhibit. Presenters will be expected to informally discuss their presentations with conference attendees by making brief remarks, sharing information, and answering questions about their topic. Successful poster proposals reflect elements of one (or more) of the conference tracks.
Visit http://www.loexconference.org/posterproposals.html for more details.
For questions contact Kate Peterson at the University of Minnesota Libraries, firstname.lastname@example.org.