October 4, 2015

Professional Reading: Proceedings of the 2013 Charleston Library Conference Published Online

The Proceedings of the 2013 Charleston Conference (open access publication, 100+ text transcripts) is now available online from Purdue University Press/Purdue University Libraries. The papers can be browsed by visiting the Purdue University digital repository, e-Pubs.

The 2013 conference took place from November 6-November 9 and was titled “Too Much is Not Enough!”

Direct to Full Text Session Transcripts (by Category):

See Also: Charleston Conference 2014 Info Page
Scheduled to take November 5, 2014-November 8, 2014.

See Also: Charleston Conference Proceedings (2009-2013) via Purdue University

See Also: 2013 Charleston Conference Schedule

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