2020 ASI Annual Conference, "Indexing Crossroads"
Raleigh, North Carolina United States
April 23-25, 2020
Ready for a great conference experience in 2020? It all starts with a great program.
Dates: April 23-25, 2020.
(Pre-conference workshops and the ASI board meeting will be held Thursday, April 22.)
Call for Presentation Proposals
The annual ASI conference is a great opportunity to expand your indexing knowledge and learn from your peers. And one of the best ways to learn is to teach others! Every year I’m impressed by the variety and quality of the presentations we have at our conferences. Work is underway to once again bring together a great program, but we still have some open spots available, and we are accepting proposals now.
Whether you are an experienced indexer with knowledge in a niche area or a newer indexer with a growing business, you have skills and knowledge to share with your ASI colleagues. Sometimes the things that seem obvious to you are new to someone else. If you started indexing recently, then you have fresh knowledge about starting your business and learning the ropes. We hope you’ll consider sharing what you’ve learned at our conference, Indexing Crossroads.
Let our theme inspire you. Indexing Crossroads include significant moments like switching to indexing full time, choosing to do embedded indexing, starting a new specialty, and planning for retirement.
How to Submit a Proposal
If you have a topic in mind for a presentation, go ahead and complete the Online Proposal Form and send it in. If you’re interested in presenting but are unsure of your topic, you can check out our list of suggested topics or feel free to reach out to me, this year’s Annual Conference Program Committee chairperson, Kendra Millis. I’ll be happy to help!
Our deadline for submitting proposals is December 20, 2019, so don’t wait! If you have questions about the proposal form or about the details of presenting, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Questions? Please contact Kendra Millis, Annual Conference Program Committee Chair.
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