University Library Co-hosting Code4Lib Southeast Conference

On July 27th, 2018, Georgia State University Library and the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library are co-hosting the annual Code4Lib Southeast Conference. We invite anyone interested in the latest uses of technology in libraries and related fields to attend or present at the conference. Code4Lib conferences go beyond topics about code and libraries. It’s for anyone who works with “technology stuff” in libraries, archives, museums, or related areas. Code4Lib Southeast aims to foster collaboration across the southeast region.

Conference Information
AUC Library, 111 James P. Brawley Drive SW, Atlanta, GA
10:00am to 4:00pm, July 27th, 2018
Cost: Free! Lunch and coffee provided
Registration Deadline is July 6, 2018
Proposal Deadline is June 22, 2018

Present at Code4LibSE
The Call for Proposals is currently open to the following presentations:

  • Presentations (20-minute talk, 5-minute Q&A)
  • Lightning talks (5-minute talk, 2-minute Q&A)
  • Breakout discussions or workshops (25 minutes)
  • Interactive poster presentations and project demos (during lunch)

Use the online proposal form to submit your proposal.

Attend Code4LibSE
Registration for the conference is open and filling up quickly—don’t wait to secure your spot at the conference! The conference registration is limited to 90 people, and lunch and morning/afternoon coffee will be provided.

If you’re traveling and plan to stay overnight, the Code4Lib Southeast 2018 conference page includes information about local hotels and restaurants.

You don’t have to be from the Southeast to attend the conference or present.

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