The Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference has begun to accept program proposals for the 2011 conference in Austin, Texas.Pre-Conferences are scheduled to be held on 27 February 2011 and the regular conference begins the morning of 28 February and runs through mid-day on 2 March.
We are encouraging proposals for the following program tracks:
Managing E-Resources in LibrariesCollection Development and AssessmentWorkflow and OrganizationsExternal and User RelationshipsEmerging and Future TechnologiesScholarly Communication and LicensingLibrary as Publisher
Please see the call for proposals on the Electronic Resources and Libraries website for more details:
Proposals will be accepted through 15 November 2010 and early submissions will be given priority.
Lastly, registration has also opened for the conference so if you are interested in attending, please take advantage of early registration by clicking on the bright red registration button on the web site:
Call for Papers, Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, February 02011
Quoting from the announcement on various mailing lists (02010 09 07):