Affiliated Organization News, January 2023
ALISE 2023 Annual Conference Call for Proposals Is Now Open!
The theme of the ALISE 2023 Conference, “Bridge the Gap: Teaching, Learning, Practice, and Competencies,” explores the linkage between professional and educational practice of LIS programs or iSchool curricula. In identifying the synergy and gaps between professional competencies and LIS pedagogy and curricula, we hope to build a dialogue between practitioners and LIS educators and provide a platform for creating timely, relevant, and valuable education for our students. Proposals pertaining to the wide spectrum of LIS education, including those focusing on information technology or data sciences, are welcome.
New This Year: To encourage more research papers and panel proposals, ALISE welcomes submissions beyond the conference theme. Submissions will not be reviewed based on the conference theme.
See the full Call for Proposals here. Deadline to Submit: March 17, 2023
ALISE Awards, Competitions, and Grants Are Now Open!
ALISE recognizes and supports excellence and innovation in teaching and research through its research competitions, grants, and awards programs. Submissions are now being accepted for all awards, competitions, and grants.
Submissions for the Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition will be due June 2, 2023. All other awards and competition submissions will be due March 17, 2023. All award submissions must be completed through the ALISE 2023 submission system (EasyChair).
See more about awards, competitions, and grants here.
Save the date for the 2023 ALISE conference, October 2-5, 2023 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Check the ALISE conference website for updates.
iConference 2023 will have a virtual and a physical component. The virtual program will take place 13 - 17 March, 2023, and the physical program in Barcelona from 27 - 29 March, 2023.
For more information visit the conference page.
The SLA 2023 Annual Conference, May 16-19 in Detroit, will be a collaboration with the Medical Library Association (MLA). This collaboration offers SLA members additional opportunities to learn and network with colleagues who face similar challenges in different settings. See the conference website for more information.