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NASIG Conferences

30th Annual Conference
May 27-30, 2015
Post-Conference Workshops
May 30-31, 2015

Washington, D.C.

31st Annual Conference
June 9-12, 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico

32nd Annual Conference
June 8-11, 2017
Indianapolis, Indiana

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October Ivins Talks about the SSP/NASIG Joint Program via Society of Scholarly Publishing

NASIG members now have full text access to the Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference.

Keep up-to-date on conference related news on the NASIG Blog. This week's items include travel tips if you're coming by train, and the "old-timers' gathering."

The May issue of the NASIG Newsletter is now online.

2015 Conference Vision Speakers. The March issue of the NASIG Newsletter features a profile of Dorothea Salo. Profiles of speakers Stephan Rhind-Tutt and Anne R. Kenney are in the May issue.

Onsite registration for the 30th Annual Conference opens May 28.

Congratulations to Angie Ohler who has been appointed the incoming Proceedings editor.

Check out the Program Planning Update for the Annual Conference.

Congratulations to our incoming Board members. 2015 Election Results.

The Awards & Recognition Committee announces the recipients of the 2015 awards and grants.

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: jobs@nasig.org  


Other News

Open Repositories 10th International Conference - June 8 - 11. Full program/schedule now available.

ALPSP's 2015 training courses are now online and open for registration.

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