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Submit your 2019 ATLA Annual Conference Poster Proposal

Do you have an interesting and creative project you’ve been working on? We want to hear from you! We invite you to submit a proposal for poster sessions at the 2019 ATLA Annual Conference, June 12-15, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Poster Sessions are 60-minute informal presentations in which presenter(s) deliver(s) information that would be useful to the theological librarianship community.

Exhibit at the 2019 ATLA Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Exhibitors

ATLA is pleased to welcome exhibitors to participate in the 2019 ATLA Annual Conference, June 12-15 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Exhibits will be available June 12-14, 2019.

The exhibit hall is an important part of the ATLA Annual Conference, providing opportunities for attendees to learn about the new products and services available to theological libraries.

Subscribe to the ATLA 2019 News Mailing List

ATLA 2019

Interested in attending the 2019 ATLA Annual Conference? Sign up to the ATLA 2019 News Mailing List and receive emails on the latest news surrounding the ATLA Annual Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 12-15, 2019.

Some emails you may receive:

  • Updates from the Local Host Committee
  • Information on conference-related grants and programs
  • Invitations for luncheons, breakfasts, or other special meetings at the conference
  • News on registration and related deadlines

Submit your 2019 ATLA Annual Conference Proposal

ATLA 2019
Submitted by Erica Durham, ATLA Conference Committee Chair

The ATLA Conference Committee invites members and friends to submit proposals for the 2019 ATLA Annual Conference, June 12-15, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The deadline for all submissions is Sunday, October 28, 2018.

While we welcome proposals pertaining to all areas of librarianship, we are particularly interested in topics that relate to creative uses of technology, open access in relation to scholarly communications, intermediate or advanced level programs, and programs that apply to religious studies bibliographers working in university settings.