In collaboration with alumni, practitioner supporters and through partnerships with professional associations, educational institutions, and library vendors, the School's faculty and staff are offering programs that prepare librarians and support staff for the anticipated transformation from electronic access to universal information and educational resources. We hope that you join us in transforming North Carolina Libraries into organizations that can make effective use of local and global resources to provide information resources and services for their customers. -- Former Dean Benjamin Speller, 2003
NCCU's School of Library & Information Sciences presents the Ninteenth North Carolina Serials Conference, "New Tricks for Old Dogs: Serials Control and Access" on April 15, 2010 at The William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center Chapel Hill, NC
Click here for the list of corporate sponsors
Click here for the conference agenda with abstracts
Click here for the conference speaker biographies
Click here for the Registration Form and accomodations information
Click here for information about hotel accomodations
Click here for information about the conference planning committee
Click here to view presentations from 2010 by Tiffany Allen, Jacquie Samples, Michael Crumpton, Laura Williams, and Jason Alston.
Click here to view Lauren Pressley's talk, Today's Technology Trends, or, "What Do I Do With That?".