ENUG 2019 Call for Presentations

Ex Libris Northeast Users Group

ENUG 2019 Conference/Meeting in SUNY New Paltz, New York

Dates: October 24-25, 2019

Conference Website: http://e-nug.org/enug-2019/

 Call for Presentations – proposal submission https://forms.gle/KEPaYYEmgC9mA5Cs9

 

The Ex Libris Northeast Users Group (ENUG) has a tradition of providing an excellent program to our participants along with an opportunity to network with your Ex Libris colleagues. We will, again, have Ex Libris representatives present to give product updates and answer questions.

Conference information will be updated over time at http://e-nug.org/ Presentations at this meeting are given by users like you! Please consider contributing to the community of Ex Libris users in this way. Our strength is in our many different voices! We hope to see proposals covering a wide variety of the Ex Libris products, as well as broader topics relating to libraries and information systems.

Presenters (up to 3 co-presenters) will receive 50% discount on registration costs.

If you would like to discuss your ideas before submitting your proposal, please don’t hesitate to contact Kristy Lee or Anthony Dellureficio, ENUG co-chairs (enugchair@gmail.com). If you *think* you have a good idea, you probably do! It need not be flashy; if you worked on anything you found tricky or complicated, others may well also want to hear about those details. The conference’s success depends on the efforts of its participants. We need volunteers to share their experiences and expertise and help everyone become a more enlightened and effective Ex Libris / ProQuest product user.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION BY: August 16, 2019 NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE BY: August 23, 2019. IF you previously submitted and our answer is lost in cyberspace, please contact us directly.

Topics: Proposals may cover any of the Ex Libris products, the interactions between them, and their interoperation with other systems. Proposals may also cover topics that relate to the wider development of library and information systems and could even include hands-on sessions. Hands-on could be as simple as demonstration of ‘how’ someone did something with their application, for example, working in small groups with Tableau, exploring Alma workflows, or tinkering with the Primo NUI configuration.