A couple of weeks ago, the ALA Washington Office urged support for library programs at South by Southwest (SXSW). The library community’s footprint at this annual set of conferences and activities has expanded in recent years, and we must keep this trend going! Now is your last chance to do your part, as public voting on panel proposals will end at 11:59 pm (CDT) this
Friday, September 4th [Update: Now Monday, September 7th]. SXSW received more than 4,000 submissions this year—an all-time record—so we need your help more than ever to make library community submissions stand out. You can read about, comment on, and vote for, the full slate of proposed panels involving the Washington Office here.
Also, the SXSW library “team” that connects through the lib*interactive Facebook group and #liblove has compiled a list of library programs that have been proposed for all four SXSW gatherings. Please show your support for all of them. Thanks!
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