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  1. John de La Fontaine
  2. Southern California IUG
  3. Tuesday, 22 August 2017
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The Southern California Innovative Users Group (SCIUG) will gather on October 10, 2017, at Chapman University, and the Steering Committee is eagerly seeking program content from you.

In addition to presentations by Innovative staff and one-hour concurrent breakout sessions, we will have a poster session. This is also an excellent chance to meet directly with III personnel who will be in attendance.

Proposal submissions will be accepted until August 25th. Presenters will be notified of proposal acceptance beginning August 31st.

Please use this form to submit your proposal.

Suggested topics from last year's post-conference evaluation include:

• III Customer Support / new functionality
• Weeding
• More Polaris presentations
• MySQL workshop / SQL report-writing
• 3rd-party tools w/III products
• Best practices
• User experiences (migration)
• Encore Duet
• Sierra APIs
• Stats / create lists / other ways of reporting
• Linked Data
• Electronic ordering
• Access/User Services issues
• Interlibrary Loan topics (ex. ILL basics/update)
• Technology / marketing ideas and the library

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to showcase late-breaking ideas, trends, and achievements so we can all learn and share within the Southern California III community. If you’ve done a III-related presentation on the national level, this is an opportunity to share it locally with your colleagues.

Have you recently completed an interesting project, reconfigured a workflow, or had an "ah ha" moment? We want your contribution!

The SCIUG Steering Committee is looking for someone to host the 2018 SCIUG Conference. If you’re interested, please get in contact with us.

All inquiries may be sent to: socaliug@gmail.com

We hope to see you in October 2017 as a presenter at SCIUG!


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