Conference Of Chairmen Of National Libraries Coming To Turkey

Turkish Culture & Tourism Ministry organized a "Conference of Chairmen of National Libraries of Turkic Republics", it was reported on Tuesday.
The conference is set to take place between June 4th and 8th in Ankara. Chairman of national libraries of 11 countries, namely Azerbaijan, Hakas Republic, Kazakhstan, Kyrgzstan, Crimea, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Bashkordstan, Saha Republic, Tajikistan, Tatarstan, and Turkmenistan will attend the conference.


Library Camp NYC on August 14, 2007

Stephen Francoeur writes "Baruch College will be hosting an unconference, Library Camp NYC, on August 14, 2007. There is no charge to attend. Details can be found on the conference wiki:"


Digital Odyssey 2007 Begins

Filipino Librarian writes "Digital Odyssey 2007, organized by the Ontario Library and Information Technology Association (OLITA), is now underway. Some photos are already up at the official blog, and notes on the different sessions will follow soon. LibraryThing's Tim Spalding will be speaking this afternoon."


Dartmouth October Conference: Call-for-Presenters

Surveys and Focus Groups: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
The eleventh annual October Conference for New England academic librarians,
sponsored by the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries.
Friday, October 12, 2007Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Library Futures Conference May 7 & 8, 2007

Peggy Cadigan, New Jersey State Library writes "The Mid-Atlantic Futures Conference, a groundbreaking partnership between the NJ, PA, MD, WV, and DE state libraries and PALINET,will take place May 7 and 8, 2007, at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.

Will libraries exist in 20 years? Is it possible to keep up with the incredibly rapid pace of technological innovations? What job skills will we need to be efficient in the future? Will we remain relevant? Who will our customers be and what kind of information will they need?

We have assembled a stellar list of presenters to help us begin to imagine various future scenarios. We have carefully selected presenters who are willing to engage in a dialogue with the people attending this conference, because we believe that the conversations that take place and the connections that people make with one another at this conference will coalesce into the transformative force that propels libraries into the future.
To register: Go To"


Intl Calendar of Information Science Conferences

Filipino Librarian writes "Aside from Library Related Conferences (LRC), you can now check the International Calendar of Information Science Conferences (ICISC) for international conferences on information science and related disciplines. Unlike LRC, ICISC is backed up by a group, specifically the American Society for Information Science & Technology. More..."


Conference on "Emerging Libraries"

Anonymous Patron writes "Here's One on the De Lange Conference on "Emerging Libraries". March 5-7 conference co-sponsored by Fondren Library and the Computer Information and Technology Institute. About 350 people from across the country attended the conference.

Fourteen speakers representing science, engineering, government and libraries pondered the future of libraries and their ability to respond to a new reality — that more information has been generated in the last decade than in all previous human history, and most of it is digitalized. A theme addressed by all the speakers was the inevitable transformation of the traditional library, coupled with uncertainty over what libraries will look like in the future."


CFP: From Classroom to Career

Filipino Librarian writes "The Rizal Library Conference Committee invites proposals for papers for the "Third Rizal Library International Conference" to be held at the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines, October 22-24, 2007. The conference theme is "From Classroom to Career: Roadmaps to a Library's Success." For more information, see the website."


Library Panels For NY Comicon are Posted

John Shableski writes "It's official, the Library Panels for the NY Comicon have been posted online! Librarians and professionals can attend the NY Comicon for Free on Feb 23rd at the Jacob Javits Center.

Check out this page for GN Panels for Librarians. These panels are all about librarians talking to librarians on how graphic novels work to grow circulation, patron interest, and all other aspects of selecting and shelving this format. Whether you have been involved with graphic novels from the days of Maus or, you are just beginning to get your feet wet, these panels have been created just for you.



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