Government Information Day 2018: Advocacy, Research, & Collaboration
GID18 Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for Government Information Day 2018: Advocacy, Research, and Collaboration (GID18). This one-day conference will be held Thursday May 24th, from 9 am to 4:30 pm. The event is free to attend, and is a great learning opportunity for librarians, library staff, information professionals, and members of the public. GID18 will feature presentations on topics relating to local, state, and federal information, including the upcoming 2020 census. The keynote speaker will be Laurie Beyer Hall, Superintendent of Documents, from the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO). In addition to the presentations, attendees will be able to interact with various vendors and colleagues on topics relating to government information.
Government Information Day offers an excellent opportunity to learn about emerging trends and new government resources. The event will feature two 50 minute concurrent sessions in the morning, and a 50 minute concurrent session following the keynote address in the afternoon. A detailed schedule, including the list of speakers and vendors will be released in the coming weeks. For any questions, please contact Brent Abercrombie, Federal Documents Librarian, at (317) 232-3733 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Indiana public librarians can earn up to 4 LEUs toward their certification. To learn more about GID18, including information on previous GIDs, please visit ISL’s Government Information Day webpage, http://www.in.gov/library/GID.htm.