The DLIS Symposium was designed to provide an opportunity for
students, alumni and information professionals to share scholarship
and practice in Library and Information Science. It offers a
forum for knowledge-sharing and a convenient meeting place for
practitioners, students, and faculty in Library and Information
The Symposium includes primarily two types of sessions:
presentations and workshops.
- Presentations are overviews of an innovative practice, project,
or research activity followed by question and answer period.
There are morning and afternoon sessions. Presentations are
made by practitioners, students, and researchers.
- Workshops are interactive and engaging experiences in which
student, alumni, faculty and professional discuss a relevant topic
and/or have a hands-on experience with new technology.
The committee is accepting
proposals for the Spring 2014 Symposium. Proposals should
be e-mailed to email@example.com.
E-mail the Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org