By now, just about everyone knows that NISO Plus 2020 is going to be one of the most exciting events in the information industry calendar! The conference is expected to bring together more than 200 librarians, product managers, technologists, publishers, systems providers, and other stakeholders in Baltimore, February 23-25.
After a successful 60-plus year tradition of events, the NFAIS conference is being transformed into the new NISO Plus Conference. The NISO and NFAIS communities merged in 2019 with the goals of advancing understanding, efficiency, and thought leadership in the content creation, distribution, management, curation, and preservation communities. The intent behind the new NISO Plus Conference is to integrate the thought-leadership tradition of the well-established NFAIS conference with the hands-on practicality of NISO.
What’s the format? Engaging sessions on topics such as artificial intelligence, data publishing, discovery, altmetrics and more! Who will be speaking? Representatives from such organizations as Ithaka/Jstor, Carnegie Mellon University, the American Chemical Society, and Silverchair.
Who has already committed sponsorship dollars in support of this gathering? In alphabetical order, NISO Plus sponsors currently include:
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- Aries Systems
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- American Theological Library Association (ATLA)
- Delta Think
- Library Market
- Open Athens
- Project Muse
Sponsorship opportunities begin at $500 and benefits include at a minimum the following:
Listing in sponsor section of conference website with link
Logo on printed program sponsor page
Recognition in online conference program
Recognition in the event slide deck, rolling during breaks
Acknowledgement in live announcement in opening and closing remarks • Listing in printed program
Attendee registration list (with exclusions of attendees who opt-out)
NISO is happy to work with your organization to craft a package that matches your corporate branding, outreach, or communications goals.
For more information, please contact Todd Carpenter, Executive Director, NISO.