The call for abstracts DEADLINE IS EXTENDED UNTILL JANUARY 14, 2022!
Despite the uncertain situation surrounding the coronavirus, we would still like to give everyone who wants to contribute to the EAHIL2022 conference the opportunity to submit an abstract. Therefore, we have decided that for those who are unable to attend the conference in person, we will offer the option to present their submission online.
So if you have something interesting to say, don't let travel restrictions stop you and submit an abstract!
Since this decision comes just before the holidays, we have decided to postpone the deadline to 14 January 2022.
- Opening Call for Abstracts: October 18, 2021
- Deadline for Abstract Submission: December 15, 2021
- Extended deadline for Abstract Submnission: January 14, 2022
- Notification of Abstract Acceptance: February 15 2022
What to submit
The main theme of the conference is “Broaden the horizons – diversity, partnership, and innovation with a human touch”. We solicit abstracts for oral and poster presentations, interactive workshops, and continuing education courses. If you have a proposal for one of the following conference themes, we love to hear from you:
- Professionals connected
- Evidence syntheses
- Resources and metrics.
How to submit
We are using the online Conftool system for abstract submissions. Conftool will ask you to register first. After registration you can send in your abstract by clicking on "my submissions". Submissions will be screened anonymously.
Please include in your abstract how your research will benefit any aspect of the human side of things, like happiness, professionalisation, personal networks, understanding, knowledge, dialogue, interest, and so on.
For oral and poster presentations: abstracts must be in a structured format with a maximum length of 500 words
For interactive workshops and continuing education courses: please upload the completed version of this form in Conftool
Have any problems uploading your abstract? Please contact email@example.com.
Need help writing your abstract or choosing the right theme? Feel free to contact one of the IPC members.
Code of Conduct
Please adhere to the IFLA Code of Ethics for Librarians and other Information Workers in all Advisor-Advisee dealings. This code is available online at http://www.ifla.org/publications/ifla-code-of-ethics-for-librarians-and-other-information-workers–short-version