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ALISE '21 Call for Proposals Now Open

ALISE '21 Call for Proposals Now Open

We invite members of ALISE and the LIS community-at-large to submit proposals for the ALISE 2021 Annual Conference with a theme of "Crafting a Resilient Future: Leadership, Education, & Inspiration." The deadline is March 15, 2021.

In the face of a multitude of health, economic, social, and environmental crises, there is an urgent need to cultivate deliberate resilience measures as we reimagine the educational landscape. Library and information science (LIS) educators must pivot quickly as we examine curricula that propel our students into leadership positions. We must also continue in advocacy roles within our institutions to maintain strategic leadership for sustainability of our programs.

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ALISE '20 Virtual Conference Registration Now Open!

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We are excited to have you join the Virtual ALISE 2020 Annual Conference.  Registration is now open!
Registration includes full access to the plenary session, multiple days of breakout sessions, networking opportunities, and the poster sessions.

 

Announcing the 2019 ALISE Award Winners

2019 ALISE Award Winners

Join us in congratulating the 2019 ALISE award winners. Review the full list of award winners.

Recipients will be honored at the awards luncheon on Wednesday, September 25, 2019, at the Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee.

ALISE 2019 Keynote Announced

ALISE 2019 Keynote Announced: Jaya Raju 

ALISE is excited to announce the 2019 ALISE Annual Conference keynote speaker, Jaya Raju, PhD. Dr. Raju's keynote address is entitled "Shaping LIS Education for Blended Professionals in a Pluralist Information Environment: Global Reflections." Read more about Dr. Raju, her research, and ALISE 2019.

2019 ALISE Conference Prospectus Now Available!

We are excited to introduce our new 2019 ALISE Conference sponsorship prospectus. We want to give you the first opportunity to take a look at our sponsor and exhibitor options and choose one that best fits your needs.

We anticipate more than 300 LIS educators, researchers, deans, directors, and students to attend this year's conference. Our program will be advertised to more than 3,000 LIS leaders all over the world.

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