Updated Attendee Requirements for the 2021 Charleston Conference

by | Aug 30, 2021 | 0 comments


We know you’re wondering… YES! We’re still planning a hybrid event with in-person and virtual attendance options. 

Due to updated safety protocols from the Gaillard Center following CDC guidelines, the Charleston Conference will require in-person attendees to provide proof of full vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours. The FAQ page on our website has been updated with details on what type of proof is required, and what kinds of COVID-19 test results are acceptable.

Here’s a quick update from Leah Hinds and Beth Bernhardt about the changes.

A message from Leah Hinds and Beth Bernhardt about plans for the 2021 Charleston Conference, and some helpful links are included below the video. Our preliminary schedule will be posted next week. Remember that the Early Bird registration deadline for in-person attendance is coming up on September 10 – register today!

Registration Rates and Info

Register to Attend

   In-Person Registration: Includes in-person attendance in Charleston as well as full access to our virtual conference platform. 

  • $475 Early Bird (through September 10)
  • $600 Regular (September 11 – October 8)
  • $800 Late (October 9 – October 23)

Virtual Registration: Includes online access to our virtual conference platform.

  • $325 Individual Rate – No registration deadlines apply, open through the week of the conference.
  • $615 Group Rate – Available for up to 5 participants from the same library/institution/company simultaneously. 

The Conference continue to monitor the situation closely, and will be following all venue policies for the Gaillard Center and the Francis Marion Hotel.

Conference FAQs

Vendor Showcase Booths are still available – More Information (PDF) or Register Here!

See who’s coming! Exhibitor Map and List of Participating Companies

Attendee list will be available in the Pathable platform for registered attendees when the full schedule is posted next month.


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