Computers in Libraries provides a unique, annual opportunity for library and information professionals from all over the world to gather together and discuss the myriad of ways technology continues to impact libraries and the people who use them. Join more than 1,000 of your peers to learn, share, and celebrate the technologies and people that are shaping the future of libraries.
At Computers in Libraries you’ll hear the innovative approaches that the world’s leading libraries are deploying in all types of settings. The next generation of technology and people, Generation Next, will be ushering in new and exciting perspectives, strategies, programs, communities and more in the coming years. From management and funding tips, to serious evaluation of emerging technology and internet revolutions, to furthering our search and organization skills, to creating new positions of influence, this event has it all! No matter what your job role, or what type of library or organization, you’ll find that all of the bases are covered at Computers in Libraries.
You can expect to leave Computers in Libraries with new friends and professional allies and actionable advice and tactics for moving your organization forward. Join us in March in Arlington, VA for this career- and organization-changing opportunity.
Who Should Attend:
Computers in Libraries is the leading technology conference for library and information professionals, and is focused on giving you practical information and training to apply immediately in your organization. It is a must attend for:
- Academic, public, corporate, government, special, and school librarians
- Library directors and executives
- Information managers
- Technical managers
- System professionals
- Content managers
- Information architects and specialists