May 27-30, 2015
May 30-31, 2015
31st Annual Conference
June 9-12, 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico
NASIG members: Mission and Vision Vote. Now through Nov. 7.
NASIG webinar on November 13: DIY E-Resources Management: Basics of Information Architecture. Register now.
NASIG partners as a strategic affiliate with the Library Publishing Coalition.
NISO webinar on November 12: Keyword Search = "Improve Discovery Systems." NASIG members register at the NISO member rate.
Newsletter seeking reports for NASIG Webinar and other serials and e- events
30th Annual Conference - Call for Proposals, now through November 15.The complete issue of the NASIG Newsletter, including summaries of the 29th Annual Conference sessions, is now available online.
NASIG's YouTube channel. Presenters' handouts are posted on Slideshare.
Proceedings of NASIG's 28th Annual Conference (2013) are available online for members.
Librarians with less than 10 years professional experience: apply for ALCTS Esther J. Piercy Award. Deadline December 1.
Library Publishing Coalition announces publication of the 2015 Library Publishing Directory.
ALCTS Outstanding Publication Award: deadline for nominations December 1.
ALPSP's 2015 training courses are now online and open for registration.
NC Serials Conference: Call for Proposals. Submission deadline: December 1
Nominations open for 2015 Ingram Coutts Award for Innovation in Electronic Resource Management
UKSG Webinar: The University Library as Publisher. Free. October 29 at 2pm(BST)
ER&L 2015 - Registration open. Early bird rates through November 10.
Ulrich's Serials Librarianship Award - Call for Nominations. Deadline December 1.
Harrassowitz announces 2014 Charleston Conference Scholarship winner Charolotte Roh.
Register now for ALCTS Web Course: Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Acquisitions. Sessions beginning Nov. 10.
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