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LILAC conference 2019 in Nottingham - Last call for presentations

Hi everyone,

This is a reminder that the call for presentations for LILAC 2019 will close on 14th November.

LILAC welcomes proposals which address information literacy from all sectors and contexts. In 2019 we invite you to present on any aspect of information literacy, there are no specific themes. We ask that your presentation makes explicit reference to your innovative practice or research in information literacy.

LILAC is committed to encouraging diversity at the conference and we would specifically like to encourage proposals from members of the BAME community and other under-represented communities and sectors.

 Deadline for proposals:

Call for presentations opens: 8 October 2018

  • Call for presentations deadline: 14 November 2018 (17:00 GMT)
  • Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 21 December 2018
  • Full presentation submission deadline: 3 April 2019

To submit a paper you will need to register an account via - if you already have an account then you just need to login and go to ‘my account’ where you’ll see details of how to submit your abstract.

 All proposals are blind refereed by our panel of reviewers.

LILAC 2019 will be taking place from 24th-26th April 2019 in Nottingham and will be hosted by the University of Nottingham.

 Best wishes,

 Giles Lloyd-Brown (LILAC Marketing & Insights Manager)

Posted by Jenny Foreman, Scottish Government Library

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