We're excited to announce that The Library OnConference was mentioned in Associations Now, a publication for the American Society of Association Executives. Since then we've been asked more questions about the conference. Here are some updated FAQs. Let us know if you have any other questions!
Who is invited to participate in the Library OnConference? Any library professional who is interested in meeting other library professionals, sharing new ideas, and learning from one another!
If the conference is free, how do you operate? The Library OnConference is completely volunteer-based. Everyone from the keynote speaker to the moderators to the organizers choose to do this because they are genuinely passionate about the future of libraries and the people who work in them.
How do I use Google Hangouts? Google Hangouts is always adding new features, so definitely check this page. All you need is a computer, headphones, microphone, and a Google + account so you can access Google Hangouts.
How will the conference be organized? The conference will be held in the afternoon on Thursday, April 16. You can see how last year's conference was organized here. We are currently in the process of organizing our key note speaker, moderators, and intern. If you're interested in helping out, apply here.
What are the small group hangout sessions about? At registration, participants will select the topic/theme that most interests them. After the keynote speaker, participants will go to the small group session based on their preferred topic. Moderators will help guide conversation as participants meet and share ideas.
When can I register? Stay tuned for registration dates! You can apply to be a moderator or intern now!