Wrapping up CAIS2020

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This year’s conference consisted of 42 presentations (including 4 panels) divided in a series of 20 live events spread over 6 weeks (September 14 – October 26).

The conference proceedings are now published and can be accessed here. You can also access full papers and the recorded presentations on the CAIS2020 website.

We would like to thank everyone who participated in this event and contributed to its great success. We hope to see you again for CAIS2021 and that you will consider supporting our association’s effort to better serve our community by becoming a member.

We would also like to congratulate Martin Nord, this year’s recipient of the Student-to-CAIS award with his presentation entitled The United Church of Canada’s Reconciliation Documents and the Indexing of Collective Memory.

Congratulations also to Alexandre Fortier, Heather Pretty, Daniel B Scott and Olivier Spéciel, winners of the best practitioner paper award with their presentation entitled Are Canadian Libraries Ready to Transition from MARC to BIBFRAME?.

Thank you all and see you next year!