In-Person Registration for 2024 Government Information Day Conference Closes May 10th

Registration for in-person attendance to 2024 Government Information Day Conference closes in one week. Government Information Day, or GID, is a free biennial conference for librarians interested in learning about government resources and improving information literacy. The conference is on May 17th at the Indiana State Library. This year’s Keynote Address Speaker will be Scott Matheson, Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Publishing Office. Indiana public librarians can earn LEUs toward their library certification.

While this year’s conference is a hybrid format, not every session (including the keynote address) will be available to virtual attendees. In addition to being able to chose whichever session to attend, attendees will also be able to go on a behind the scenes tour of the state library, network with other librarians, visit with exhibitors, and be able to enjoy free breakfast and boxed lunch. Be sure to visit the conference page for more information on the programs, parking, directions, and anything else related to GID24.

Hope to see you at the Indiana State Library Friday May 17th! For any questions on the conference, please contact Planning Committee Chair Brent Abercrombie (