What are the SLA Contributed Papers?

Each Fall, SLA members submit abstracts to the Contributed Papers Selection Committee.  This year we received over 40 abstracts, 9 of which were selected to be presented at the conference. 

These sessions are a great opportunity to hear from your peers — what are they working on?  What are best practices?  Trends in the field?  3 papers are presented at each session, so it's a great chance to hear a little bit about each project.

First session is Monday at 3:30 in room 141. Check out the full schedule.

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