• Wikimedia Australia Wikimedia Australia
  • Ryan Donahue Ryan Donahue
  • Sue Gardner Sue Gardner
  • Ruth Kneale Ruth Kneale Ruth Kneale sponsored by the State Library of Queensland
  • Stuart Candy Stuart Candy Keynote Speaker, Dr Stuart Candy - Professional futurist
  • Ingrid Parent Ingrid Parent Ingrid Parent
  • Jenica Rogers Jenica Rogers Jenica Rogers sponsored by the State Library of Queensland
  • Marcus Foth Marcus Foth
  • NLS6 NLS6
Jul 262012
 

Passionate about helping the next generation of librarians and information professionals but can’t get yourself to Brisbane in 2013?

Want to be involved in NLS6 but don’t necessarily want to present?

Perhaps you want to present but also want to have greater involvement in the planning of NLS6?

Then becoming a reviewer of NLS6 presentation proposals is perfect for you!

To ensure the NLS6 program is of the highest standard possible, all submitted presentation proposals will go through a peer review process. Reviewers will make sure that each presentation fits into NLS6’s theme of “Be different”.

We are looking for people from all backgrounds and stages of their information career to be reviewers: everyone from students to established professionals. If you have a passion for the industry and an understanding of the goals of NLS, then we want to hear from you!

All we will require of you is time to review presentation proposals and give feedback within a two week turnaround time in late August. We will give you a list of criteria on which to review the proposals so you won’t be going in blind.

Plus, as if you needed more motivation, becoming an NLS reviewer can also earn you ALIA PD points!

So how do I sign up I hear you ask? Simple! Just send us an expression of interest before 5 August 2012. Details of what you need to include in the E.O.I can be found in our official call for reviewers.

 

 

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