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LIBRARY RESEARCH SEMINAR II
PARTNERS AND CONNECTIONS: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
University of Maryland; November 2-3, 2001

The Library Research Seminar II Planning Committee
invites and encourages scholars, practicing
professionals, and doctoral students to attend
this second international dialogue on LIS research.

SEMINAR GOALS:

To facilitate the development of research-based
knowledge for the library and information professions;

To encourage interdisciplinary and international discourse;

To promote networking by bringing together practicing professionals and
researchers interested in exploring key issues within the field and related
fields;

To showcase the work of doctoral students conducting research in subjects
related to library and information
studies;

To explore new methodological and research design approaches.

Library Research Seminar II offers unique opportunities for learning about
the latest research, discussing the research process, and investigating new
and emerging methodologies of
investigation in LIS practice.

The conference format, which includes keynote speakers, juried papers,panel
presentations, advisory clinics on research methodologies and funding, is
designed to foster maximum interaction among scholars, students
and professionals.  The seminar will provide a stimulating environment for
participants to become involved in an international dialogue about the
research needs of a changing profession.

Please plan to attend.

For Library Research Seminar II conference registration and housing
information, please visit our web site at:
http://www.dpo.uab.edu/~folive/LRSII/index.htm

For more information, please contact the General
Conference Chair: Dr. Lynn Westbrook, School of
Library and Information Studies Texas Woman's
University, P.O. Box 425432, Denton, Texas 76204
Phone: 940-898-2609;  Fax: 940-898-2611 E-mail:
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