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Help us prepare for the 2015 ACRL WA/OR Joint Conference at Pack Forest.


We're looking for a theme for the 2015 conference that can focus our conversations around a central concept and tie the activities of the Pack Forest conference together. Please contribute your brilliant insights on the 2015 Joint Conference Suggestion Form.





Thank You All For a Most Successful 2014 Fall Conference

Our Oregon colleagues hosted a stimulating, content rich, and lively conference this year. We thank them for their hard work, energy, and for the warm welcome they offered. The speakers brought us stimulating and useful perspectives from which to evaluate our library identities. Most of all, the robust conversation and synergy made this a valuable and enjoyable conference. Thank you.

Visit the ACRL Oregon site for more information about fabulous keynotes Deborah Hicks and Chris Bourg, plus information about the Menucha Retreat and Conference Center.


Professional Identity and Technology: Looking Forward

2014 ACRL Oregon & Washington Fall Joint Conference
Thursday, October 23, 2014 @12pm – Friday, October 24, 2014 @12pm
Menucha Retreat and Conference Center

Come hear about and discuss issues related to the intersections of librarianship and technology, and the implications for our work, identities, users and institutions. Topics will include gender/identity and technology, how libraries of all sizes can realistically take advantage of new and emerging technologies, and future directions for the use of technology in libraries.

Professional Identity and Technology: Looking Forward

2014 ACRL Oregon & Washington Fall Joint Conference
Thursday, October 23, 2014 @12pm – Friday, October 24, 2014 @12pm
Menucha Retreat and Conference Center

Come hear about and discuss issues related to the intersections of librarianship and technology, and the implications for our work, identities, users and institutions. Topics will include gender/identity and technology, how libraries of all sizes can realistically take advantage of new and emerging technologies, and future directions for the use of technology in libraries.

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