Registration is now open for Access 2016, which will be held in the beautiful city of Fredericton, New Brunswick from October 4-7.
Access is Canada’s premier library technology conference that brings librarians, technicians, developers, programmers, and managers together to discuss cutting-edge library technologies.
This year’s program features some of the coolest people on the planet and includes:
- two amazing keynote talks, one by Director of MIT Libraries, Chris Bourg, about “Libraries, Technology, and Social Justice,” and the other by Geoffrey Rockwell, “On the Ethics of Digitization.”
- presentations on a range of topics including institutional repositories, Raspberry Pi, AtoM, 3D models, user-centred taxonomies, and a lot more
- several fast and fun Ignite talks,
- panel discussions on the current state of the merging of Libraries and Information Technology and on the Future of Access,
- a full-day hackfest,
- two half-day workshops,
- and lots more
Register by July 13 to take advantage of the early bird rate. Register before July 1st and miss the 2% jump in New Brunswick HST!
We can’t wait to see you at the conference!