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Sponsored places available at Scottish e-books conference

by Louise Morrison

We are delighted to announce that MmITS is sponsoring 2 delegate places at the 12th Annual Scottish e-books conference. The conference will take place on the 25th October 2012 in the John McIntyre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh.

The sponsored places are available to anyone currently undertaking certification, chartership, revalidation, or interested in entering the LIS profession. We welcome submissions from across the UK and abroad, but please be aware that traveling expenses for candidates outwith the UK would not include costs incurred travelling to the UK.

In order to apply, please submit a short report detailing why you want to attend the event and send it to Paulette Hill, MmITS Treasurer (Paulette.Hill@scotland.gsi.gov.uk) by the 14th September 2012.

If you are one of the lucky winners, you will be provided with a fully sponsored place including travel expenses, a delegate pack. refreshments and a buffet lunch. After the event, you will be asked to submit a report to MmITS, reflecting on the event and what you took from it.

For information on last year’s E-books conference, including links to some of the presentations, see our E-books Unbound Conference blog post!

More MmITS posts on e-books issues are available here.

Good luck!

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