International Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL), August 2016, Tokyo

The Annual International Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) will be held in Tokyo in August 2016. At a concurrently held forum, notable writers, researchers and people from the school library and educational fields worldwide will meet together to discuss the challenges currently faced by school libraries and their future. We hope that the presented research outcomes of the forum will elucidate the tasks facing the school libraries, and will give us the opportunity to think together about arriving at solutions. These days, school libraries are reaching beyond their traditional boundaries and growing into hubs that interconnect  schools and the world at large. All the committee members look forward to your participation in the 2016 IASL Tokyo.

Noritada Otaki (the previous Librarian of the National Diet Library)
Chair of the Organizing Committee for 2016 IASL Tokyo

IASL 2016 will be held August 22 – 26, 2016, at the MEIJI UNIVERSITY, Tokyo, JAPAN

Call for Papers: 

The theme for the IASL 2016 Conference in Tokyo, Japan is A School Library Built for the Digital Age. Deadline for submissions of full papers is on May 15, 2016.We widely invite your contribution.

Call for Paper,Submission Form  Click here!→Call for Papers

You can Download: Call for Papers(2016/01/16 Updated) (PDF)

Conference Flyer:

You can Download: IASL2016Flyer (PDF)

Time Table:

You can Download: IASL2016_Time_Table(PDF)

IMPORTANT DATES:

  • Submission deadline: January 29, 2016 (postponed)
  • Notification of acceptance: the beginning of April, 2016 (postponed)
  • Full paper submission: May 15, 2016
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