2016 Great Lakes Science Boot Camp for Librarians
July 13-15, 2016
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN
Registration is now open for the Great Lakes Science Boot Camp for Librarians and Library Students. This immersive 2 ½ day conference offers librarians and library students an opportunity to learn about current research advancements in science. The areas of focus include small science, public health and disease, and the environment. The Great Lakes Science Boot Camp will strive to cultivate an ongoing learning community of academic and medical librarians dedicated to providing research support to faculty and graduate students.
Cost? $195 for overnighters. This cost includes lodging for Wednesday and Thursday nights, parking, breakfast (July 14 – 15), lunch (July 13 – 15), a dinner and mini-disc golf event, a keynote presentation and dinner, librarian lightning talks (please submit a proposal), core research facility tours, and researcher presentations on small science, public health and disease, and the
environment. Those who wish to arrive/stay overnight on Tuesday can do so for an additional $55.
The commuter fee, which includes everything above except lodging, is $145.
When will registration open? IT IS OPEN!!! http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/GLSBC2016/register.
You are required to create an account in Notre Dame’s conference registration system to complete and submit your GLSBC registration. Please make sure you complete all steps until you see the registration confirmation screen (you will also receive a registration confirmation email).
Sponsors: National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) – Greater Midwest Region, SPIE Digital Library, Springer, Taylor & Francis Group, Annual Reviews, ACS, AIP Publishing, IOP, Elsevier.
Check the Great Lakes Science Boot Camp website http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/GLSBC2016 for further details!
Please join the Great Lakes Science Boot Camp Facebook group!
If you have any questions, contact Thurston Miller (email@example.com).