Call for Papers Deadline Postponed!
You can still submit your paper! Register your paper or poster by Sunday, March 8, 2015! If your proposal is selected, the primary speaker will receive a free registration to the conference, which includes lunches and a party.
Also this year you can meet at the conference prominent figures in the field of librarianship and information science – our invitation was accepted by Michael Levine-Clark from University of Denver Libraries and Lyn Robinson from City University London. The last name will be announced very soon. In addition to lectures, you can enjoy our traditional accompanying workshops.
Exhibitor and Sponsor Call
Become an exhibitor at INFORUM 2015! Present your products and services, insert your promo materials into participant’s bags and more! Look at Presentation and Sponsorship Options.
University of Denver Libraries, United States
Michael Levine-Clark is the Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services at the University of Denver Libraries. He is the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences 4th ed. He writes and speaks regularly on strategies for improving academic library collection development practices, including the use of e-books in academic libraries, the development of demand-driven acquisition models, and implications of discovery tool implementation.
City University London, United Kingdom
Lyn Robinson has 25 years experience of working, studying and teaching within the field of Library and Information Science. She is well known as the Director of the Library School at City University London (Twitter), and is the co-author of the best selling student textbook “Introduction to Information Science”. She has written many papers and is a popular speaker at conferences, workshops and seminars. Lyn’s research interests are in information theory, the disciplinary boundaries around LIS, curriculum design, and human information behaviour, especially in novel areas such as cult fandom and coolhunting. Lyn is Assistant Editor for the journal Alexandria, and writes in a personal capacity at http://thelynxiblog.com. She lives in London, and has a personal interest in art, design and digital culture.