Theme and Sub-Themes
The theme for the Conference is: “Innovation for access to information”.
The sub-themes for the Conference are:
- Library integration and resource sharing
- Technology driven information services – E-resources, Institutional Repository, Open Access
- The 21st Century Librarian – satisfying the needs of varied users
- Social media in libraries and information service delivery
- Impact of social media on socio-economic development
- Innovative library marketing and collaboration
The Governing Board of CARLIGH wishes to invite both local and foreign participants to register for the conference. Please send the following personal information: Name, Institution of Work, Designation, Country of Origin, Contact Address, Telephone and Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Local participants GH¢300
Foreign participants $250
The registration fee covers, snacks, lunches, a dinner and conference materials. The deadline for registration is 15th February, 2014. Registration is open to both those who want to present papers and other participants. Further information would be provided on how to pay the registration fees.
Information about accommodation would be provided in due course. The planning committee is still negotiating for conference rates.
Submission of Abstracts
Submission of Abstracts
The Consortium invites the submission of abstracts to be considered for papers to be presented at CARLIGH 2014. Abstract must be presented in bold; Arial 12, and a maximum of 150 words. Download the guidelines for authors.
Dr. Mrs. Helena Asamoah-Hassan, University Librarian,
KNUST, Kumasi. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alhaji Ibrahim Kwabena Antwi, University Librarian
UDS, Tamale. Email: email@example.com
Deadline for Abstracts: 31st January 2014
Authors whose abstracts will be accepted will be notified by 15th February 2014
Submission of Full Papers
The final document is to be submitted by 31st March 2014 in MS Word format. Submissions received after 31st March 2014 will automatically be dropped from the programme.
Authors are responsible for the quality of their paper and are kindly requested to observe the following guidelines for the preparation and delivery of manuscripts. Use of English (UK) spell checker is recommended.
The 1st International Conference of CARLIGH promises to be a melting point of great minds in the global knowledge economy. It is expected that a cross section of the society interested in information as the driver of emerging economies will attend.