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Internet Librarian International


The Call for Proposals is up at http://www.internet-librarian.com/index.shtml

The 7th annual Internet Librarian International the only conference for information professionals and librarians who are using, developing, and implementing internet, intranet, and web-based strategies in their daily work as information navigators, webmasters, web managers, content evaluators, internet strategists, portal creators, product developers, searchers, library managers, and educators will be held Monday and Tuesday, 10-11 October, at a new venue for 2005 London's Copthorne Tara Hotel in Kensington.

Internet Librarian International provides a stimulating forum for inquiring delegates and experienced speakers to explore the exciting range of issues and challenges that information professionals face today.

I presented last year...I blogged the experience here and returned to the United States with some inspiration and a much better view of the "big picture" facing the world's libraries.

If you have a prposal for a session -- GO FOR IT! If you can go as an attendee - don't miss this great conference in one of the world's most wonderful cities.

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