Presenting a Poster Session? Act Now for Best Pricing

The All Sciences Poster Session Review Committee is now accepting submissions for early approval. Because we know many of you rely on presenting at the All Sciences session to help you get funding to attend the conference, this year we will be reviewing poster submissions in December. We will inform those who have been accepted by the end of the year so they can take advantage of early bird pricing on conference registration.

Please send your submissions to allsciencespostersession2015@gmail.com no late than December 20. In your e-mail, please include your name, institution, e-mail address, SLA division(s) affiliation, poster title, and poster abstract (250 words or less).

Any SLA member is welcome to submit an abstract. Your submission MUST include the objective and methods sections of the structured abstract. The objective section (for which you may substitute the research question) may not exceed 60 words, and the methods section (which may include brief descriptions of the population and expected results) may not exceed 140 words. We do not require results and conclusions at this point, although you must be able to present them on the final poster.

If you are not ready to submit now, the final deadline will be at the end of March 2015.

If you have any questions, please contact Beth Thomsett-Scott.

To reserve the lowest rates available at the 2015 Annual Conference, register by December 31 for the Super Saver or Super Saver + VIP pricing packages.

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