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The Long Island Library Conference: the Future is Now

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Long Island Library Conference is an educational forum for all those who work in and for libraries. Held annually to provide innovative and informational programs as well as networking opportunities to improve the quality of the public, special, school and university libraries of Long Island, the Conference is organized and sponsored by the Suffolk County Library Association (SCLA) and the Nassau County Library Association (NCLA).   This year's Keynote speaker is Sarah Vowell,  the New York Times’ bestselling author of six nonfiction books on American
history and culture.  You can check out what programs are going on at the Conference here.

Online registration deadline is April 25, 2014 - after which onsite registration is required and rates increase by $10.  If you have any questions, please contact:

Suffolk:
Kitty Grinnell
Longwood Public Library
800 Middle Country Road
Middle Island, NY 11953
Phone: 631.924.6400 ext. 244
Email: LILCRegister@gmail.com

Nassau:
Brian Adams
Longwood Public Library
800 Middle Country Road
Middle Island, NY 11953
Phone: 631.924.6400 ext. 244
Email: LILCRegister@gmail.com