[okfn-discuss] Reminder - 41st ELAG Call for Proposals

Valentine Charles valentine.charles at europeana.eu
Wed Jan 11 10:35:00 UTC 2017

Dear colleagues,

ELAG (European Library Automation Group) is Europe’s premier conference that focuses on the application of Information Technology in libraries and documentation centers.

The 41st International ELAG Conference main theme is “Automation: The Internet of Things”.

Subsequently, the ELAG Conference Committee invites proposals for presentations, workshops and bootcamps to be made at the next ELAG Annual conference in Athens, Greece, June 6-9, 2017.  Information on Conference topics and authors’ guidelines are available at the links below.

  *   Themes and sub-themes for proposals [1]
  *   Call of Proposals guidelines (timetable, options, submission process etc.) [2]

Please submit via e-mail your proposal, following the guidelines, directly to Peter van Boheemen, Chair of the ELAG 2017 Program Committee, at peter.vanboheemen at wur.nl<mailto:peter.vanboheemen at wur.nl> by February 5th, 2017.

The Program Committee will review all proposals and notify participants by Wednesday, March 1st.


Valentine Charles
Data R&D Coordinator

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