24:1 (2009:03) Call for Conference Recorders (Proceedings)

March 18, 2009 at 2:08 pm | Posted in Conference, Proceedings | Leave a comment

Lori Terrill, Buddy Pennington, Allyson Zellner, Proceedings Co-Editors

NASIG is seeking conference recorders for sessions at this year’s annual conference in Asheville. Recorders are asked to attend specific sessions, take notes and then synthesize the notes into a readable, comprehensive report of the session for the conference Proceedings.  For vision sessions, recorders may be asked to listen to recordings of a presentation and work with the speaker to create a report for publication in the Proceedings.

Reporters will work under the general direction of the Proceedings editors.

If you are a NASIG member with the ability to write clear, organized prose, and who is able to submit a report by Friday, July 17, 2009, please consider this opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the organization.

To apply, submit a letter of application by e-mail to:

Lori J. Terrill
E-mail : lori@uwyo.edu
Phone: (307) 766-2490

Include in your application your complete contact information (including your snail mail address, email, and phone number!), sessions you plan to attend, and a writing sample.  Please include the writing sample as an attachment or as a link.  The writing sample can be on any topic; it does not have to be related to librarianship.  The purpose of the writing sample is to illustrate your writing ability.  Suggested samples include: reports on a process, event, or meeting; book reviews; excerpts from essays or academic papers.  Do not include minutes of meetings.

Deadline for Applications: Friday, April 17, 2009


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