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Conference Programming

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Dear NCLA Sections/Roundtables/Committees:


            The North Carolina Library Association’s 58th Biennial Conference is scheduled for

October 6th – 9th in Greenville, North Carolina. 


Our theme is:

North Carolina Libraries: Serving Knowledge, Serving You



Pre-Conferences and Wednesday, October 6, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Friday, October 9, 2009 




Important Forms


Document Version Notes
58th Biennial Conference Program Proposal Form NCLA 2009 Program Proposal II.pdf Please fax completed form to Shamella Cromartie @ 910-862-8777 by May 15
Conference Schedule Outline for Conference Planners/Program Coordinators ConferenceScheduleOutline.pdf  This outline is only a guide for conference planners and program coordinators. It does not represent the final conference schedule.
Speaker/Presenter Contract  Program Contract.pdf  This contract is to be signed by your speaker/presenter and returned by September 15
NCLA Project Grant Guidelines NCLA Project Grant Guidelines.pdf Use this guide to determine what speakers may receive stipends and how to apply for grant funds.
Project Grant Application Project Grant Application.pdf Submit this application if you wish to receive project grant funding from NCLA
Travel Reimbursement Travel Reimbursement.pdf  


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