Charleston Conference Blog

Welcome

Welcome to the blog for the 39th Charleston Library Conference! The pre-conferences began on Monday, November 4 and continued on the following day. Pat Hawkins (L) and Leah Hinds at the Information Desk We hope that you didn't miss the Vendor Showcase on Tuesday,...

Farewell

So we bid farewell to the 2018 Charleston Conference. It was excellent, with many current topics in the information industry being discussed. I have enjoyed bringing you reports of various sessions, but with over 200 of them, there are lots more that I could not...

LATEST NEWS

ATG Conferences, Meetings, & Webinars 10/22/20

Don’t Forget! Apply for ACRL 2021 Virtual Conference Scholarships by October 23 The deadline to apply for a scholarship to attend the ACRL 2021 Virtual Conference is coming up this Friday, October 23.  REGISTER The ACRL 2021 Scholarship program provides...

ATG News & Announcements 10/16/20

OCLC signs agreements with publishers and other content providers worldwide OCLC reports that thy have "signed agreements with leading publishers and other content providers around the world to add metadata for high-quality electronic and print books,...

How to Get the Most Out of Your Online Conference Experience

By: Leah Hinds, Executive Director, Charleston Conference Online conferences bring opportunities to attend events you may never have been able to before, to network with and learn from a more diverse range of people. But unlike in-person conferences, online events...

ATG News You Need to Start the Week 10/13/20

Association of American Publishers (AAP) Releases August 2020 StatShot Report: “Publishing Industry Flat For Month; Down 4.6% Year To Date Trade (Consumer Book) Sales Up Nearly 7% in August” According to infoDOCKET "The Association of American Publishers (AAP) today...

ATG News & Announcements 10/8/20

Two New Filings Posted in the Publisher/Internet Archive Lawsuit Including Supplemental Discovery Deadlines infoDOCKET reports that "two new court filings were posted today in the publishers/Internet Archive lawsuit. Both documents are available online via the RECAP...

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