We’re a few short weeks away from the LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future, which will explore the theme: Open for Business: Rethinking Relevance and Reality.
Why register early? Because our early-bird registration comes with a special price: $135 for the full conference package, which is $30 off the regular rate. These low rates expire this Monday—September 19th, so register now to save big. Keep in mind, the full conference package can be split between two people! In addition, first-time attendees will receive a 10% discount.
Don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate 25 years of innovation, leadership and networking as we hear from a diverse speaker line-up including:
- Bill Brennan, Ed.D, Executive Director for Innovation, Communications and Organizational Development (Respectful Disruptor) in Farmingdale Schools presenting: 3 Trends That Define the Future of Education: Innovation Labs, Makerspaces and Learning Commons
- Pablo Calvi, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism, Stony Brook University presenting: Hoaxes and news, Twitter and fakes. Checking facts in an Era of Absolute Information
- Kerri Willette, Deputy Director, Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) presenting: DPLA: Impact on Libraries
- Jim Milliot, Editorial Director, Publishers Weekly presenting: Impact of Technology on Publishing
- Tom Jacobson, Principal Consultant, Third Chapter Partners presenting: Marketing the Value of Your Library: New Technologies, Practices, and Privacy
Get a first-hand insight into their many successes and experiences, and learn what’s next for the changing landscape in libraries and the communities we serve.
So don’t wait—register today for our early-bird rate. The LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future will take place on October 20th and 21st at Carlyle on the Green, Bethpage State Park.
We look forward to seeing you there!