What are COS Funding Opportunities and COS Scholar Universe databases? How can I find out about upcoming conferences where I can present my research? How can I set up alerts for funding opportunities and upcoming conferences?
Databases and resources to locate funding information
The summer’s heat and humidity bring vacation plans for many, as families take a break from their hectic schedules to relax. For many of the Libraries staff the summer has also brought travel plans to professional conferences.
Philadelphia, PA (July 25, 2011) – Drexel University Libraries concluded a milestone event towards shaping the future of the organization on Thursday, July 21, 2011. The event, a Future Search conference, brought together nearly 60 people, representing the diverse stakeholders of the Libraries, at the Queen Lane campus of the Drexel University College of Medicine.
Highly interactive, the process took a holistic look at the theme, The Future of Drexel’s Libraries: Advancing the University’s Strategic Transformation. Attendees reviewed shared past and present experiences to reach a common ground in identifying an exciting future for the Libraries. This new future emphasizes collaboration, leadership, integration of technologies and curation of information resources, as well as the development of innovative spaces to advance teaching, learning and scholarship at Drexel and in the broader communities. This was accomplished through working exercises, small group discussions and creative reporting of insights.
Philadelphia, PA (July 14, 2011) — Drexel University’s Libraries will host a Future Search conference at the Queen Lane campus July 19 – 21, 2011. The conference will bring together around 60 individuals from the Libraries’ multiple stakeholder groups. Results from the conference will help to build a vision and directions for the future of the Libraries.
Drexel University students, faculty, staff, administrators and leaders, as well as librarians and community members were invited to attend the conference by Dean of Libraries, Danuta A. Nitecki.
“The Libraries have never undertaken anything like this before and the conference results will become an instrumental part of our planning for the future,” Dean Nitecki said.
Prominent scientists will attend our call on Thursday, Feb 12 at 1pm New York time.
What is Community of Science (COS) Scholar Universe? How can I find out where I can present my papers?
COS Scholar Universe provides authoritative information about more than 1 million scholars and organizations around the world, together with verified affiliation and publication information. Community of Science (COS) Papers Invited database consists of detailed information and deadlines about calls for papers for forthcoming conferences and special issues of scholarly journals.