A lot of information is being finalized today so that we can announce sessions and provide you with a new registration form on Friday, February 3. We are updating the conference webpage as things are confirmed, so stay tuned. Even though we can’t meet in person this year, we will still have a great conference for you!
UPDATE as of Thursday, January 26, 2023:
We are moving to a virtual conference format.
Call for Proposals:
The theme for this year’s conference is “Refresh, Reboot, Reconnect” with a focus on diversity and inclusivity within academic librarianship. We are open to all library/community college related sessions, but priority will be given to submissions that have an element of diversity, equity, and inclusion attached to them.
Submissions will be accepted through February 1st, but preference many be given to early submissions. Thank you for your willingness to participate in this wonderful conference and to share your talents, knowledge, and skills with your peers.
Conference Announcement: Thursday, January 26, 2023
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are shifting to an online format for the 2023 NCCCLA conference (March 9-10, 2023). If you have already registered or have submitted a session proposal, be on the lookout for email communication from an NCCCLA Conference Planning Committee member by Friday, February 3.
If you have questions or do not receive an email by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 3, please reach out to a conference committee member. Thank you so much for your patience! We are looking forward to connecting with you virtually in March!
Conference Planning Committee:
Shannon Paul, NCCCLA President: email@example.com
Lisa Shores, Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alicia Hartley, Treasurer: email@example.com
Retha Hall, Nominating Officer: Retha.Hall@cpcc.edu
Maria Luisa Saldarriaga Osorio, Communications Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Davis, Webmaster: email@example.com
The guidelines and application form for the 2023 conference scholarship are now available on the Awards page.
Check out this news release about the steps that South Piedmont Community College continues to take to promote textbook affordability and equitable access: SPCC Implements BibliU’s Universal Learning Solution