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[InetBib] CALL FOR PAPERS - IATUL 2019 Conference in Perth, Australia, 23-27 June 2019

The International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) invites proposals 
for papers and posters for the 40th Annual IATUL Conference in Perth, Western 
Australia, 23-27th June 2019.
IATUL offers an influential and inclusive community of university library 
directors from around the world. The Annual Conference is a unique opportunity 
to share views and develop new collaborations. Papers are invited on the 
following theme:

Shifting Sands and Rising Tides: Leading Libraries through Innovation

Technology has disrupted the role and the identity of the academic library, 
providing many opportunities and challenges requiring leadership and innovative 
solutions. These include digital and open sources of knowledge, online tools 
and services for students, teachers and researchers, and the increasingly 
important, but changed, role of the library's physical place on campus. 
Proposals should consider:

* Next Generation Information Discovery and Access
* Best Practice in Information and Digital Literacy
* Structures and Skills for Future Work
* Library Spaces for Outstanding Student Experience and Research Excellence
* Pathways to F.A.I.R. (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) Research
* Strategic Advocacy and Partnerships, Locally and Globally
* Value and Impact with Data Analytics and Business Intelligence

Proposals should reflect international perspectives and provide insight into 
regional issues, with the aim of engaging attendees in networking and 
relationship/capacity building. A written paper will be required for the 
conference proceedings, however a range of presentation formats are possible. 
Poster presentations are also invited.

The Call for Papers is open NOW! The deadline for proposals/abstracts is 
January 21 2019.
More information and submission process is available at  

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