Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
The Library Technology Conference provides a mix of sessions highlighting many of the technologies affecting how users interact with libraries and how libraries are using technology to create new and better ways to manage resources. Sessions are geared toward all types of libraries, they include a wide range of topics and they are aimed at staff of varying skill levels. Anyone that is interested in the changing technologies that are affecting libraries should plan to attend.
Thanks to everyone who attended!Participation at this year's conference included more than 425 attendees primarily from around our region of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, as well as North and South Dakota. Although, this year's conference had participants from a total of 25 different states and 2 Canadian provinces.
Session materials now available online.Presentations, handouts and other materials from many of the sessions at LibTech2010 can now be found online. Simply follow the link for the session on the program overview page to see session details.
Continue the discussions that were started at the conference.Check out the conference's Facebook page.
You can also follow LibTechConf on Twitter (hashtag #LibTech2010).
We are pleased to announce that Michael Porter, Communications Manager at WebJunction, and Anne Zarinnia, Associate Professor in the College of Education at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, will be the keynote presenters at this year's conference. more>>
During the two-day conference, more than 70 traditional lecture-style sessions, hands-on and workshop sessions, panel discussions, and poster sessions will be offered on a wide-range of library technology-related topics. more>>
Blocks of rooms at two local hotels -- the Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown, part of the Midtown Global Marketplace complex, and the Embassy Suites in downtown St. Paul -- have been reserved for the convenience of conference participants. Courtesy shuttle service from both hotels to the conference will be available. more>>