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[InetBib] FW: 2nd call for papers for the 9th Creating Knowledge conference

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen.
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Almuth Gastinger

PhD (Applied Informatics)
Senior Research Librarian
NTNU University Library
7491 Trondheim
Email: almuth.gastinger@xxxxxxx<mailto:almuth.gastinger@xxxxxxx>

Fra: Anne Cathrine Trumpy
Sendt: 20. februar 2018 13:41
Til: BIBLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:BIBLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Emne: 2nd call for papers for the 9th Creating Knowledge conference
Dear Colleague,

This is the 2nd call for papers for the 9th Creating Knowledge conference 
scheduled for June 6-8 2018 in Vingsted, Denmark. Please find track info and 
submission details below.

Please note: Final abstract submission deadline is March 15 2018!

The Creating Knowledge conference was initiated and continues to be sponsored 
by Nordinfolit, a Nordic initiative to facilitate the development and sharing 
of information literacy solutions, and has been hosted by the Nordic countries 
in turn since 1999.
The overarching theme of the 2018 conference will be best practice, and topics 
will include new skills, new technologies, and new ways to interact with and 
engage our patrons.
We want to look to the future and explore how libraries and the people working 
in libraries can continue, in informed and meaningful ways, to contribute to 
the creation of knowledge and the facilitation of successful learning in higher 
education and beyond.
In order to remain relevant in an increasingly democratic and egalitarian 
knowledge society where information is floating freely and in abundance and the 
algorithms that help us interact with information grow more user-friendly by 
the second, we as library professionals are constantly required to grow and 
diversify our skills pool. But what are the skills of the future and how do we 
go about acquiring them?
One way to remain on top of our profession is to stay curious about new ways to 
interact with and compute information, whether this means adopting new software 
or applying existing technology in novel ways. In many cases the acquisition of 
new technological insights are serendipitous and unintentional. With the 2ne 
track, we wish to provide a platform for purposeful and intentional exploration 
of new technologies in a library setting.
Co-creation, UXLIB, and service design all represent attempts to move beyond 
the traditional top-down, sometimes even bureaucratic, decision models at play 
in libraries. But how do we observe and decipher behaviour and recruit patrons, 
how do we leave our preconceptions and habits behind, and what do we hope to 
achieve at all?
DFFU & FLIP´D hereby invite contributions on these topics from our colleagues 
all over the world.
We encourage all formats, from brief pitches and papers, to hands-on workshops 
and open space events. We want the conference contents to be as multifarious as 
possible so as to create a both relevant and thrilling learning experience for 
everyone involved.
If you wish to submit a proposal, please send us a summary of your 
contribution, including a description of the intended format, and we will get 
back to you to arrange the details after the review process.
Proposals, or questions, should be submitted to:
Anne Cathrine Trumpy
2nd call for papers: February 15 2018
Abstract submission deadline: March 15 2018
Acceptance notification: March 22 2018
Early-bird registration: February 15 2018
Registration closes:  May 1 2018


Abstract maximum is 300 words. Please remember to include title, biography 
(brief) and your email address. Please submit your proposal to Anne Cathrine 
Trumpy<mailto:act@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>. At least one of the authors should register 
and take part in the conference to make the presentation. Contributions will be 
peer-reviewed and chosen by the organizing committee. Abstract submission 
deadline is March 1 2018. Notification of abstract acceptance will be March 22 
Please direct all queries to Anne Cathrine Trumpy<mailto:act@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
regarding Call for Papers.


The conference fee is all-inclusive: 2½ days conference, 2 nights, all meals, 
social networking, pre-conference social program, conference dinner, and 
shuttle busses from Vejle Station on selected arrivals.
●       Conference fee 5995 DKK
●       Early bird / DFFU members 5495 DKK


The conference is held at Vingsted Hotel and Conference 
Vingsted is a 4-STAR hotel and conference facility centrally located in Jutland 
– just outside Vejle and in close proximity to LEGOLAND and the beautiful river 
valley Vejle Ådal.
Vingsted is only a 20 min. drive away from Billund Airport.

On behalf of the Creating Knowledge IX Organizing Committee,
Anne Cathrine Trumpy: actr@xxxxx<mailto:act@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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