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About EBSCO Information Services:

Established in 1944, EBSCO is the world’s leading information agent providing consultative services and cutting-edge technology for managing and accessing quality content, including print and e-journals, e-packages, research databases, e-books and more. Now more than ever libraries and research organizations are looking for new ways to manage their collections more efficiently. EBSCO Information Services has developed “e” discovery solutions, including EBSCO A-to-Z® and LinkSource® , as well as management solutions such as EBSCONET®, EBSCONET® ERM Essentials® and EBSCO MARC Updates. These services offer unparalleled integration to help librarians save time and money while empowering their users.

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About EBSCO Publishing:

Together with EBSCO Information Services, EBSCO Publishing has served information needs for more than 65 years. By placing customers at the core of our business, we have tapped their ingenuity to assist us in developing the high quality products and services for which EBSCO is known. The providers of EBSCOhost, the most-used premium research service in libraries and other institutions worldwide, EBSCO offers a suite of more than 300 full-text and secondary research databases covering all subject areas, levels of research, and user communities - from schools, public libraries and universities, to hospitals, corporations and government agencies. EBSCO also offers eBook and eAudioBook services (via eBooks on EBSCOhost) as well as EBSCO Discovery Service, federated search services and a variety of partnership opportunities for publishers.

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Opportunities Sponsored

Ross Atkinson Lifetime Achievement Award

The award honors the legacy of Ross Atkinson, distinguished library leader, author, and scholar, whose extraordinary service to ALCTS and the library community at-large serves

IS Innovation Award

This annual award recognizes a project that demonstrates creative, innovative, or unique approaches to information literacy instruction or programming.