LITA Forum Early-Bird Registration Deadline Extended to October 14October 1, 2016
(via the Library Information Technology Association)
We’ve extended the LITA members early-bird registration another two weeks, so there’s still time to register for the 2016 LITA Forum at the early-bird rate and save $50. LITA Forum early-bird rates will now end on Friday, October 14. To register, click here. The early-bird rate for LITA members is $340; after October 14, it increases to $390. The rate for non-members ($614) remains the same. More information about this year’s Forum is below.
Join us in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel located in Downtown Fort Worth, for the 2016 LITA Forum, a three-day (Thursday, November 17 to Sunday, November 20) education and networking event featuring two preconferences, three keynote sessions, more than 55 concurrent sessions, and 25 poster presentations. It’s the 19th annual gathering of the highly-regarded LITA Forum for technology-minded information professionals. Meet with your colleagues involved in new and leading edge technologies in the library and information technology field. Registration is limited in order to preserve the important networking advantages of a smaller conference. Attendees take advantage of the informal Friday evening reception, networking dinners and other social opportunities to get to know colleagues and speakers.
For more information on why you should attend, tune in to #LITAchat on Friday, September 30, at 12:00 PM CST, to learn about the 2016 LITA Forum, with guest tweeters from the Forum Planning Committee. From #litaforum, they will discuss the upcoming LITA Forum: why you should attend, what to expect, how to get the most out of the experience, and much more! To participate, launch your favorite Twitter client and check out the #LITAchat hashtag. On the web client, just search for #LITAchat and then click “LIVE” to follow along. Ask questions using the hashtag #LITAchat, add your own comments, and even answer questions posed by other participants.