2015 Alise Annual Conference

Association for Library and Information Science Education
Date
2015-01-27 - 2015-01-30
Exhibitors
0
Floor Size
0
Attendees
0
Event contact title
Executive Director
Event contact first name
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Event contact last name
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Email
conference@alise.org
Event contact telephone number
206-209-5267
Fax
206-367-8777
Description

The Association now known as the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) was founded as the Association of American Library Schools. The original association grew out of a series of informal meetings of library school faculty at American Library Association conferences which was known as the Round Table of Library School Instructors. The Round Table voted in 1915 to form a permanent organization and to be identified as the Association of American Library Schools. The Association has provided a forum for library educators to share ideas, to discuss issues, and to seek solutions to common problems. In 1983, the Association changed its name to its present form to reflect more accurately the mission, goals, and membership of the Association.

Future dates
ALISE 2016 January 5-8 Boston, MA

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