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[BOAI] FINAL CALL FOR REGISTRATION
From: Rajesh Singh <rajeshzone29 AT yahoo.co.in>
Dear Professional Colleague, It gives me a great pleasure to inform you that the Delhi University Library ↵ System of the University of Delhi, a premier University in India, has taken the ↵ responsibility to host an International Conference on Academic Libraries from ↵ October 5 to 8, 2009 involving large number of professionals from India and ↵ abroad. Dr. Sam Pitroda, Chairman National Knowledge Commission, India, has ↵ kindly consented to inaugurate the Conference. The Conference has received an overwhelming response from the library ↵ professional from across the world to our call for papers. We have received ↵ more than 170 paper contributions, out of which about 120 papers have been ↵ selected for the conference. ICAL-2009 has also made provision for poster ↵ presentations. A good number of International experts have already consented to ↵ be present in the Conference to make the event more serious, fruitful and ↵ memorable. The list of Prominent International Speakers is available at: ↵ http://library.du.ac.in/ocs/index.php/ical/ Besides, we are organizing a “Pre-Conference Tutorial on Virtual ↵ Referencing”. Experts from OCLC will conduct the Tutorial on 5th October, ↵ 2009. It will explore real time virtual reference service, including the know ↵ how of a reference management service called Question Point. IDEA GENERATION: The ICAL 2009 is contemplating to have a brain storming ↵ session for idea generation in the middle of the technical tracks on the last ↵ day with a view to give opportunity to the participants to place their views on ↵ what they think should be part of the ROAD MAP to reposition the academic ↵ libraries in the modern times using ICT tools and techniques. Exhibition of Library Materials: DULS will be holding an exhibition of Library ↵ related materials including books, periodicals, non-book materials, LMS, ↵ various other ICT tools, etc. This would be an epoch making event of its own kind in the sense that a common ↵ platform would be created for a wide gamut of library and information ↵ professionals from across the globe to brainstorm various issues and subsequent ↵ deliverables. For more details please visit: http://library.du.ac..in/ocs or ↵ http://crl.du.ac.in . IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED SO FAR, WE INVITE YOU TO DO SO BY 20TH SEPTEMBER ↵ 2009 With kind regards. Rajesh Singh Dy. Librarian E-Resources & Training Central Library University Of Delhi DELHI-110 007 011-27666404, 27667848 http://crl.du.ac.in/ Please don't print this e-mail unless you really need to.
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