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LIS Journal for continuing professional education
The IFLA Library and Information Science Journals Section invites Library and Information Journals users, authors, editors, LIS educators and publishers to submit paper proposals which provide perspective on how LIS Journals are contributing to the continuing professional development.
Proposals may focus on, but not limited to:
Theme: "LIS Journal for continuing professional education"
- LIS Journals as one of main tools for Long-Life Literacy and Professional Education
- LIS Journals as current encyclopedic source for young librarians
- LIS Journals as a forum for innovative ideas
- LIS Journals as a place for exchange of best practices
Please e-mail abstracts (maximum 500 words) by 18 January 2004
accompanied by the following information:
- Names of presenter(s)
- Position or title of presenter(s)
- Employer or affiliated institution
- Mailing address
- Telephone/fax numbers
- E-mail address
- Short biographical statement and resume
Notifications of abstracts acceptance will be issued by 8 February 2004
The full paper must be sent to the Chair or Secretary by 1 April 2004
Papers with abstracts should not exceed 10-12 pages, including references.
Notifications of papers acceptance will be sent by 15 April 2004
Submission of full/final papers by 1 May 2004
Not accepted papers for Open meeting might be published in the LISJ Section Newsletter June 2004 issue.
No financial support can be provided, but a special invitation might be sent to authors of accepted papers.
Papers must be submitted in one of the official IFLA languages (English, French, German, Russian,
Translations (at least abstracts) in Spanish will be greatly appreciated.
Proposals may be sent to:
Mike McGrath, IFLA LISJ Section Interim Chair
'Interlending & Document Supply' Editor
(Retired after 32 years at the British Library)
11, Regina drive
Leeds LS7 4LR, United Kingdom
Ms. Ludmila Kozlova, LISJ Section Interim Secretary & Newsletter Editor
Chief, Dept. of Foreign LIS & International Library Relations
Russian State Library,
3/5 Vozdvizhenka str.
119992 Moscow, Russia
Fax +(7)(095)913-6933 or 290-6062
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Eileen Breen, IFLA RTLISJ Information Coordinator