Registration is now open for the LITA Forum: Creation, Collaboration, Community. The conference will run from November 7-10 in Louisville, KY.
Keynote Sessions anchor the event; Travis Good, contributing editor for MAKE Magazine, will kick off the Forum with the Opening General Session, “Making Maker Libraries.” Saturday, Nate Hill, Assistant Director at the Chattanooga Public Library (TN) will present the general session. Emily Gore, Director for Content at the Digital Public Library of America will close the Forum on Sunday with “The Digital Public Library of America: A Community Effort.”
More than 30 concurrent sessions and a dozen poster sessions will provide a wealth of practical information on a wide range of topics. Two preconference workshops will also be offered; choose from Managing Projects. Or, I’m in charge, now what? presented by Rosalyn Metz of Wheaton College (IL) or IT Security for Librarians, presented by Blake Carver of LISHost.