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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

Upcoming Events

ALA Midwinter
January 24-28, 2015
ALPSP Training Course: Journal Development 1: Practical Plans for Improving Journal Success
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
ASA Annual Conference
February 16-17, 2015
Electronic Resources and Libraries
February 22-25, 2015
NASIG 30th Annual Conference
May 28-31, 2015


The latest issue of the NASIG Newsletter is now online.

Program Planning announces a great line-up of speakers for the 30th Annual Conference.

Do you have an opinion about usage statistics? Your opinion might win you a Usus travel award. Deadline: December 31.

NASIG announces formation of a Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force.

NASIG members vote to adopt revised Vision and Mission statements.

NASIG partners as a strategic affiliate with the Library Publishing Coalition.

Videos of the 29th Annual Conference Vision Sessions are now on NASIG's YouTube channel. Presenters' handouts are posted on Slideshare

Jobs? Tech services, cataloging, collection management, e-resources, metadata & more: send us your job announcements: jobs@nasig.org  

Proceedings of NASIG's 28th Annual Conference (2013) are available online for members.


Other News

Library Publishing Coalition announces publication of the 2015 Library Publishing Directory.

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

ER&L 2015 - Registration open.

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Established in 1985, NASIG is an independent organization that promotes communication and sharing of ideas among all members of the serials information chain - anyone working with or concerned about serial publications. NASIG is the proud moderator of the long-standing listserv SERIALST since 2014.