The Role of Organizations, Librarians, and Influencers in Nation Building
Ateneo de Manila University, October 17-19, 2019
The Rizal Library invites librarians, information professionals, professors, and change makers to submit proposals for the 8th Rizal Library International Conference (RLIC) with the theme
“Game Changer: The Role of Organizations, Librarians, and Influencers in Nation Building.”
The conference seeks to cultivate discourses on the various functions and significant roles of “transformational game changers,” who serve as catalysts for the development of libraries in relation to nationalism and culture in the local and global contexts.
Take an active part in this game changing event as we try to explore the possibilities, communicatedifferences, and unite in providing positive steps geared toward nation building.
Proposals should include the following:
|Mar 23||Deadline for submission of proposals|
|Apr 1||Notification of accepted proposals|
|Jun 1||Submission of full paper|
|Oct 17-19||Conference proper|
Please email your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, you may contact the following:
Edward Vincent Guevarra, RL
Conference Chair email@example.com
John Lyndon Amaza, RL
Conference Co-Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
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