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Don’t hesitate, ‘cause MLA ’19 Elevate won’t wait! Submit your paper and immersion session abstracts by October 24!

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The deadline for paper and immersion session submissions is just around the corner – October 24. Share your research, projects, innovations, practice improvements, and administrative processes. Your colleagues want to learn from your you!

How to Submit?
  • Submit  a paper structured abstract using one of the formats below:
    • Background, Description, Conclusions for presentations describing the creation and improvement of products, programs, technologies, administrative practices, or services that librarians and information professionals conduct.
    • Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusions for research articles describing designing, conducting, and analyzing a research project.
    • For more information on submission formats go to Submission Guidelines.
    • For more information on structured abstract for research projects go to MLANET.
  • Submit  an immersion session proposal. Go to immersion session proposal submission instructions for more information on immersion session requirements and proposal structure.
FAQs and More Information

Note: Submissions for posters and lightning talks will open December 12. The deadline for poster and lightning talk submissions is Friday, January 25, 2019, 6:00pm CT.

Contributed Content Planning Group
  • Papers: Jamie Conklin, Kathy Kwan, and Hannah Schilperoort
  • Posters: Carol Seiler, Ahlam Saleh and Lindsay Blake
  • Lightning talks: Meaghan Muir and Brenda Faye Green, FMLA
  • Immersion sessions: Lisa A. Marks, AHIP, and Dan Burgard

See you at MLA '19 in Chicago!

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