Call For Speakers
If you would like to be considered as a speaker please click here to submit your ideas.

Internet Librarian International 2014 Call For Speakers

The deadline for submissions to speak at Internet Librarian International was 11 April 2014. If you forgot to make your submission, the Submissions form will be left open for a few more days. However please don’t delay as the Advisory Board is already working on developing an exciting programme for 2014.

Submission Form

Thanks to everyone who has sent in a proposal so far – we have been really impressed with both the quantity and quality of submissions sent in this year. If you have already sent in a proposal, notification regarding acceptance will be made by the end of April 2014. .


Internet Librarian International is the innovation and technology conference for information professionals.

The conference attracts hundreds of library and information professionals from around the world with an emphasis on case studies and the exchange of ideas and experience. Our focus this year:

Positive Change: Creating Real Impact

The conference will explore how innovative information professionals and transformative new services can make a positive difference to people and organisations, in all sectors. How have services and products evolved? What changes can we make to ensure our communities and organisations thrive? Which new technologies and business models are the most appropriate for us to pursue now – and where should we focus our attentions next? What new models and roles have emerged to meet the changing demands of end-users? How are libraries – and librarians – changing to ensure they are future ready? What do information professionals contribute to the conversation?

Internet Librarian International focuses on real-life experiences and lessons learned and we seek speakers and panellists from all types of libraries – public, academic, government, national, or commercial, and those working outside a traditional library setting.

This year, Internet Librarian International will present an exciting selection of session formats so that delegates can make the most of all the learning opportunities on offer. We are looking for speakers who can share their experiences in one of several formats:

The Call for Speakers has four main categories:

See below for further ideas under each of these key themes. But don’t let this limit your imagination - we invite participation from a wide range of professionals from all over the world to share success stories and lessons learned. How are you developing and delivering transformative information services and products?

This year potential speakers have the option to make a one minute video submission – simply complete the relevant section on the Call for Speakers form if you’d like to do this.

TRANSFORMING LIBRARY SERVICES

CONTENT INNOVATION

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Leading-edge technologies and their application for information services:

INNOVATION IN SEARCH & DISCOVERY

CASE STUDIES AND WORKSHOPS

Call For Speakers
If you would like to be considered as a speaker please click here to submit your ideas.

Val Skelton - Programme Director 
Katherine Allen - Conference Director

The Advisory Committee will review all submissions. Notification regarding acceptance will be made by the end of April 2014. If your proposal is selected, the primary speaker will receive a free registration to the full conference, which includes lunches and a reception.

Please note that the expenses of attending Internet Librarian International (including travel, accommodation, and any other expenses) will be the responsibility of the presenter. By submitting your proposal, you acknowledge that you accept this monetary responsibility.

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