The MCLS annual conference will be held at University College Dublin from the 27th-29th June 2020 (with preconference workshops on the 26th June).
The call for abstracts can be accessed through the conference link: https://www.the-mcls.org/conferences/dublin-2020/
Abstract submissions will close on the 3rd of February 2020 at midnight Central Standard Time (CST).
We look forward to reading your submissions!
As you may be aware the MCLS annual conference will be held at University College Dublin from the 27th-29th June 2020 (with pre-conference workshops on the 26th).
We hope to see many of you in Dublin in June 2020!
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