|January 8, 2014||Registration opens|
|April 9, 2014||Registration closes|
|April 23, 2014||Conference begins|
Hotel guests may be able to ship materials to themselves within 2 days of their stay. Please contact the Curtis Hotel to confirm the shipping address and make arrangements for pick-up. (303-571-0300 or email@example.com)
If you will not be not staying at the hotel but need to ship materials for the conference, please contact Thad Dickinson to make arrangements. (770-933-7669 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please note: Hotel charges for materials shipped to the hotel by non-hotel guests will be the responsibility of the shipper. Materials shipped to the hotel without pre-arrangement through the conference coordinator may be refused and will not have guaranteed storage.
Posters sessions provide an informal forum to report innovative projects, introduce new services and resources, or test research ideas of interest to distance librarianship. Posters may include narratives, tables, graphs, and handouts.
An articulate, expressive poster will contain only the crucial points of the research. Traditional elements include:
***A poster session contest will be held to encourage creativity in poster design and content. Attendees will vote on their favorite posters and the winning poster will be awarded a $50 Amazon gift certificate.
CREATING & MOUNTING A POSTER:
Dimensions for a poster should not exceed 4’ x 6’. Posters should be a balance between the informative and the artistic, and they should strive to highlight pertinent information while keeping in mind the logistics of attendees effectively reading and understanding the topic presented. The presenter's name and institution should also be available on the poster.
PRESENTERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
CONFERENCE HOST IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:
Poster session best practices and guidelines can be found at these websites: