INDIGO Spring Meeting June 16th
Friday June 16th, INDIGO (Indiana Networking for Documents and Information of Government Organizations) will be hosting their Spring meeting at the Indiana State Library. The group is a professional organization that promotes government information resources and literacy. INDIGO members are professionals from public, academic, and state libraries from across Indiana.
The free, hybrid format, meeting is a great opportunity to meet and network with the state’s government documents library community. The Spring meeting will highlight the work going on in libraries across the state, include a discussion on great online resources, and feature a panel discussion on managing, preserving, promoting, and weeding a government documents collection. The meeting is open to anyone interested in government information or learning about the library profession.
To learn more about INDIGO, please visit their website IndianaGovInfo.org. The site features information on INDIGO and its mission, a blog page, events calendar, archived webinars, and publications from members. If you are interested in joining INDIGO or would like to learn more about government information topics and resources, please feel free to contact INDIGO.