“Bibliothèques inclusives, bibliothèques solidaires ?”
From the organization of spaces to taking into account the diversity and needs of both the public and the regions, this congress will open up new avenues of reflection and provide participants with new tools through conferences, workshops and feedback. of experiences.
Virtual conference and exhibition.
An online event with educational programming, special author events, and networking. Featured speakers include Closing General Session featured speaker President Barack Obama. Other featured speakers include Amanda Gorman, Billie Jean King, Padma Lakshimi, Areli Morales, Savala Nolan, Danny Trejo, Stanley Tucci, Gabrielle Union, and Trisha Yearwood.
Digitally co-hosted by the University of Belgrade Library in Serbia.
LIBER is Europe’s largest association of research libraries. The conference brings library directors and their staff together for three days of networking and collaboration. The goal of the conference is to identify the most pressing needs for research libraries, and to share information and ideas for addressing those needs.
This year’s themes will include copyright education, games and play, copyright and cultural heritage, Open GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) creativity and the relationship of copyright literacy to information literacy and scholarly communication and building copyright literacy communities: nationally and internationally.
Free virtual conference.
“One World One Library Network.” The 2021 Working Internationally Conference explores ways of connecting with library services from across the world to inspire and inform your library service back home. A unique programme of panel sessions, presentations, and hands-on workshops draws on speakers from a diverse range of regions – UK, Europe, Canada, Africa, and the Middle East – to share best practices, spotlight new ideas, and showcase successful examples of international working projects. Working Internationally for Libraries is an initiative by CILIP (UK Library and Information Association) to promote collaboration between public libraries in England and their international counterparts.
ICIKM provides a forum for academics, researchers, practitioners, Information Professionals from all over the world for discussion and exchange of ideas concerning theoretical and practical aspects of Innovation and Knowledge Management.
Virtual conference. Hosted by The National Archives, RLUK, and Jisc.
DCDC21 will explore how crisis can act as a catalyst for change within libraries, archives, museums, and cultural organisations. It will explore the impact that crisis can have on working practices, collections, and audience engagement, and how periods of turbulence can lead to new opportunities for research and collaboration.
“Libraries: Communities @ Heart.”
Virtual conference hosted by the Mercer University School of Law.
The purpose of the Applied Legal Storytelling Conference is to explore the use of applied narrative theory and storytelling on behalf of clients and causes.
“Leading with Wisdom & Insight.” Keynote speaker will be Tina Tchen, President and CEO of Time’s Up. More than 45 livestream and on-demand sessions, including The Ins and Outs of India Legal Research: Learning How to Find India Primary and Secondary Law; Facing Challenges: Access to Justice in a Global ‘Virtual World;’ and Legal Research in the Era of Black Lives Matter.