The 13th QQML Conference will be hosted in the city of Athens, Greece. You are very welcomed!Read more about 13th QQML International Conference
The 13th QQML Conference will be hosted in the city of Athens, Greece. You are very welcomed!Read More Read more about 13th QQML International Conference
We are deeply concerned for the virus development in connection to the
conference activities and that the World Health Organization has declared it
a global pandemic.
We are quite sensitive to that constraint but equally determined to fight
against the difficulties that emerged.
We are in front of the new challenges, a new historical frame, new
conditions of life.
In these conditions, and following many requests and after consulting the
committee, we have turned the conference to Virtual Conference in order from
the one hand to follow the international instructions about the pandemic and
the other hand to turn the 12th QQML into a successful virtual international
event (www.qqml.org <http://www.qqml.org> ).
So far the basis of the QQML Conference series will remain unchanged
including the Proceedings and Publications in Books and Journals.
The web interactions, after the appropriate adaptations, will join better
the groups of colleagues forming streams and workshops. A new challenge to
open the international travel barriers set to stop the coronavirus spread.
While the Conference dates remain unchanged, the deadline of the early
registration deadline extended to 25 April including the corresponding
reduced fees for the virtual participation (to be announced in the website
soon). The technical details will be announced later on.
On behalf of the Conference Committee,
Anthi Katsirikou (Ms)
Librarian, PhD, MSc
QQML Conference co-chair
Director, University of Piraeus Library
Adjunct Professor, Open University of Greece Coordinator of European
Documentation Centers in Greece
Member of the Board of the Association of Greek Librarians and Information
Professionals Information Literacy Standing Committee Member, IFLA ALA/ ACRL
The QQML e-Journal (http://www.qqml.net/index.php/qqml) invites papers from any library to submit proposals for a special issue on the topic: “COVID-19 and the Libraries: Impact of”
The papers should be best practices, case studies, staff experiences, proactive activities, organizational arrangements, decision making, innovative tools and processes, the psychological aspect of the disease, information strategies, philosophical concerns etc.
The journal focuses on the next day of the libraries, after this pandemic threatening, having in mind the humans: users and staff.
To submit your paper for consideration, you must follow the instructions at http://www.qqml.net/index.php/qqml/information/authors.
Papers must be accompanied by full author/submitter details, including name, position, affiliation, and email address.
Send your submissions also to: Anthi Katsirikou: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important deadlines: 12 April 2020: Submission of abstract accompanied by full author/submitter details, including name, position, affiliation, and email address.Read More Read more about Special Issue – Call for Papers Theme: “COVID-19 and the Libraries: Impact of”
1st Call for Abstracts deadline:
After the Deadline Abstracts and Special Sessions should be sent as > LATE SUBMISSIONS to email@example.com. Sessions and Workshops Organizers can receive Abstracts as Late Submission too
LATE SUBMISSIONS: 20th of April 2020
Notification of acceptance two weeks after submission.
Deadline Paper Submission: 1st of May 2020
Deadline Presentation Submission: 1st of May 2020
Early bird Registration: up to 25th of April 2020
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