Removed redundant parking section, made the Directions section Directions and Parking, added Tentative Schedule (adjusted), added Driving Note about I85 closure
'''When''' - April 21st, 2017
'''Where''' - [https://goo.gl/6otI74 Robert Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, GA]
'''Cost''' - Free! Coffee and snacks will be provided.
'''Planning Committee''' - Laura Akerman, Emory University; Elizabeth Peele Mumpower, Emory University
'''Advisors and helpers''' -
Alexander Thomas, Emory University, Rosalyn Metz, Emory University , Galen Charlton, Equinox Open Library Initiative
==Call for Proposals==
We are currently requesting presentations! If you would like to present at Code4LibSE, please fill out this [https://goo.gl/forms/PHTftFhvfMfTqOlx2 proposal form:].
We are accepting the following kinds of proposals:
We will not be live-streaming the sessions. However, if approved by presenter, presentation materials will be placed online after the conference. We will let the group know when these are available through the [https://wiki.code4lib.org/Southeast_2017#Mailing_list Google Group]
==Parking== There is visitor parking available on Emory' s campus. To see where to park and rate information, please visit Emory' s parking [http://transportation.emory.edu/visitors/ website]. For easy access to Woodruff Library, your best best will be Fishburne and Oxford Road decks.
To Register for the event, please fill out this [https://goo.gl/forms/kaN8A4QbH2SmJKMz1 registration form:].
===Friday, April 21st, 2017===
*Christeene Alcosiba Rose Library, Emory University, Manager of Operations and Public Programming
** Presentation, Techniques for Optimizing Reusable Content in LibGuides
*Bret Davidson, NCSU Libraries, Interim Associate Head, Digital Library Initiatives
** Presentation, The Scholar's Bckpack: Using virtual environments to support modern research
*Jack Reed, Stanford University, Geospatial Web Engineer
** Presentation, Histonets, Operationalizing historic images using machine learning for research
Here is where to find Robert W. Woodruff Library: [https://goo.gl/4U4AYL Map]
There are a few parking decks around campus. Your best bet will likely be Fishburne or Oxford parking lot as they are the closest to the library. Parking fees are $12 a day. For more information about visitor parking, please visit [http://transportation.emory.edu/visitors/ Emory's parking site].
If you are staying in the Emory area, there are public transportation options. Emory shuttles are free, and they run fairly often. Shuttles of interest may include the CCTMA, which stops in Downtown Decatur and the Emory Conference Center, as well as the many shuttles that go down the Clifton Corridor in front of the Emory Conference Center. The Emory Conference Center also has its own shuttle that you can request to take you to campus. More information about the Emory Cliff Shuttles can be found [http://transportation.emory.edu/shuttles/index.html here:].
====Emory Conference Center====
THIS RATE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE: We currently have a block rate for the Emory Conference Center Hotel from April 20th-April 22nd. The rate is $174 a night. This rate does have limited availability. In order to lock-in this rate, please us this [https://aws.passkey.com/go/Code4LibSouthEast link] to make your reservations.</nowiki> Please email [mailto:email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org] if you have any problems.
For other area hotels, please see this helpful guide: http://www.emory.edu/commencement/information/hotels.html
If you have any questions about the conference, please email us at [mailto:email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org].
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