May 27-30, 2015
May 30-31, 2015
Congratulations to Angie Ohler who has been appointed the incoming Proceedings editor.
Check out the Annual Conference program planning update.
Congratulations to our incoming Board members. 2015 Election Results.
Open Call - NASIG Conference Proceedings Recorders needed.
Registration is now open for the 30th Annual Conference. Early bird rates, now through April 29.
New to the NASIG Conference? Sign up for the Conference Mentoring Program. Applications for mentees (and mentors) are now available.
Post-conference workshops on RDA authority, license negotiation, collecting and analysing use statistics, or copyright. Sign up now.
The Awards & Recognition Committee announces the recipients of the 2015 awards and grants.
The March issue of the NASIG Newsletter is now available. , continuing education through NASIG, and the election slate.
Schedule of events for the NASIG-SSP Joint Meeting is now available.
Volunteer to serve on a NASIG committee. Help the organization. Meet great people!
Jobs? Tech services, cataloging, collection management, e-resources, metadata & more: send us your job announcements: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Repositories announces its preliminary 2015 programming.
JSTOR announces that all 25,000 titles offered in its ebook program are now available exclusively in a DRM-free, unlimited-user model.
NASIG President Steve Kelley will be presenting at the Inaugural Wake the eBooks Festival: Digital Publishing @ Wake - April 23-24.
ALPSP's 2015 training courses are now online and open for registration.
Do you have news of interest to the serialists & e-resources community? Email email@example.com and we'll post it here and/or on the NASIG Blog.
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