The Charleston Conference is pleased to announce that our 2014 Call for Papers and Call for Preconferences forms are now open. The 2014 Charleston Conference will be held November 5-8 in beautiful historic downtown Charleston, SC. The 34th annual conference on Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition will have the theme “The Importance of Being Earnest.”
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Limited space is available for preconference workshop proposals at the upcoming 2014 Charleston Conference. Preconferences will be held on Wednesday, November 5, at either the Francis Marion Hotel or the Courtyard Marriott Historic District in Charleston, SC. We invite sessions focused on any theme related to collection development and acquisitions. The conference theme this year [...]Read More... →
Fuze Workstation (computer games and learning)
If you remember Fuse Boxes or still have one in your home, you are either old or out of code or both. Fuse boxes resided in basements and all home wiring punched in there and fuses protected the circuits from overloads.
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In response to the comments online following the publication of “The Charleston Conference Continues – Getting to No: Calling for an End to Contention:”
I generally try to stay out of inserting my opinions in the discussion of topics and ideas. Any discussion or publication should exist for the purpose of debating and studying [...]Read More... →
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