April 5, 2017 by leommit
MmIT is once again, very proudly, supporting the Internet Librarian International (ILI) Conference this year, which takes place on the 17th and 18th October 2017. ILI is the regarded as the library innovation conference and there is still time to respond to the call for papers. Perhaps you have ideas to share about one of the conference themes:
- Post factual world
- Tech trends
- Content initiatives
- Developing audiences
- Back from the brink
- Information in society
- Search and research tips
- Service and space redesign
- The changing role of information professionals
ILI attracts hundreds of library and information professionals from around the world to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience. The conference is seeking fresh new case studies, great stories, personal experiences and lessons learned from the ideas, strategies and practical implementations you’ve put in place to make a difference to your organisation, clients and communities.
As always, ILI welcomes contributions from all types of libraries and info pros – public, academic, government, national, third sector or corporate libraries – as well as those working outside a ‘traditional’ library setting.
Click here to go to the ILI Call for Speakers page