Conferences & Journals: Calls for papers

Have a desire to write a journal article? What about present at a conference? We've found some opportunities from all over the world.


CALL/ACBD Conference 2018

The Canadian Assocaition of Law Libraries / L'Assocation Canadienne des Bibliotheques de Droit Conference will be held on 27-30 May in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Submissions for Conference Sessions and Lighning Talks are open until October 20. The theme is Build Bridges | Broaden Our Reach. See the conference website for more details. 


Australian Law Librarian Journal

The Australian Law Librarian  is seeking  contributions for the upcoming issue. 

Centred around the theme of professional development, issue 4 of the journal is the place to share your experiences in mentoring, being mentored and growing as a professional.

As a professional, you never stop growing. With this issue, we invite you to share your experiences, learnings, and thoughts on mentoring and professional development.

Articles outside of this theme are also welcomed. 

The deadline for submissions is 25 October. 

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IFLA Journal

IFLA Journal and IFLA’s Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) Advisory Committee has put out a call for papers for their special issue on privacy.

IFLA Journal invites papers for a special issue focused on privacy, libraries, and information professions across all continents. The issue will be published in the summer of 2018 as Volume 44:2. In particular, the main goal of the special issue is to gather the latest theory, research, and practices from libraries and information professions to further the professional discourse on the definition and provision of privacy in the 21st century.

The deadline for submission is 15 January 2018. For more information see the announcement on the IFLA Website.


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