Indiana Online Users Group



Spring: Sharing Resources and Showing Results. June 12, 2015. Registration is now open!


Fall: Library Hacks: New Roles, New Tech, New Spaces. October 30, 2014 (program)

Spring: Library Road Maps: Patrons in the Driver’s Seat. May 16, 2014 (program)


Fall: Digital Libraries: Live Spaces, Learning Places. November 1, 2013 (program)

Spring: The Many Faces of Library Technology. May 3, 2013 (program)


Fall: The Evolving Librarian. November 2, 2012

Spring: Unbundling Distance Education and Demystifying Assessment. April 27, 2012.


Fall: From Librarian to Cybrarian. October 28, 2011.

Spring: GPS:  Great Productive Staff:  Librarians Map Out Today’s Technology. May 6, 2011.


Fall: A Clear Look at Cloud Computing for Libraries.  November 5, 2010.

Spring: You CAN take it with you: Libraries Moving into Mobile. May 14, 2010.


Fall: Hot or Not: Managing Your Digital Identity. November 13, 2009.

Spring: Next-Generation Catalogs: New Worlds to Explore. May 15, 2009.


Fall: Are You Open to Open Source? Free and Not Quite So Free Library Solutions. October 24, 2008.

Spring: Memory, Heritage, Visions: Digitizing Yesterday for Tomorrow. March 14, 2008.


Fall: Reaching Digital Natives and Immigrants: Library 2.0. November 2, 2007.

Spring: 25 Years of IOLUG: Looking Forward – Looking Back. May 4, 2007. IOLUG’s 25th Anniversary Celebration.


Fall: Websites Th@ Work: User-Centered Design. November 17, 2006. Joint program with I-ASIS&T.

Spring: Wikis and Clickers and Casting: New Technologies in Library Instruction. May 19, 2006.


Fall: Digging Deep into Digital: Reports from the Trenches. November 18, 2005.

Spring: Marketing Your Library Services Via the Web. May 20, 2005.


Fall: SOS: Savvy Online Security. November 5, 2004.

Spring: Got Questions? Serving Up a Glass of New Technology. May 14, 2004.


Fall: Let’s Get Digital. November 14, 2003.

Spring: Moving to Online Learning Environments. May 16, 2003.


Fall: Taking Your Web Site To The Next Level. November 15, 2002.

Spring: Meeting the Challenges of Information Access: Privacy, Freedom and Security. May 17, 2002.


Fall: How Do I Know What We Have? Linking You With Your Full Text Articles. November 2, 2001.

Spring: Steal This!: A Scenario-based Workshop on Copyright Issues in the New Millennium. April 27, 2001.


Fall: The Great “The Web is My Library” Debate: Must Libraries Provide All Services and Resources Through the Web to Survive? November 10, 2000.

Spring: Information Literacy: Sure, it includes teaching about the Internet, but there’s so much more! May 5, 2000.


Fall: Electronic Reference Around the Clock: How Close Are We? October 22, 1999.

Spring: Juggling Journals: Print, Full Text, Electronic Journals, and Beyond. April 30, 1999.


Fall: Catching Up is Hard to Do. November 13, 1998.

Spring: As the Virtual World Turns: Repackaging your Reference Resources. Friday, April 24, 1998.


Fall: Byte, Book, & Manual: Web-Based Library Instruction. November 14, 1997.

Spring: Face to Interface: Improving Your Web Page Design.


Fall: Going Wireless. November 15, 1996.

Spring: Telecommunications Unleashed! Impact of the 1996 Telecommunications Act. May 10, 1996.


Fall: There’s No Place Like Home Page!

Spring: CopyRight or CopyWrong?


Fall: Four Degrees of Separation: Linking Libraries to the World.

Spring: Information Superhighway: LEAPing Potholes.


Fall: The Internet: Path to the 21st Century. Joint program with IALA.

Spring: Looking Forward, Looking Back. IOLUG’s 10th Birthday Party!


Fall: Document Delivery: Cost & Speed Issues.

Spring: Computer Security in Libraries & Information Centers.


Fall: Online in a Compact World.

Spring: Living in a Compact World.


Fall: Expanding Access to Information.

Spring: CD-ROM in the Round: Selection, Training and More.


Fall: Remote Access to Databases & CD-ROM Networks.

Spring: Educating the Information Professional.


Fall: Access Makes the Heart Grow Fonder.

Spring: IOLUG’s 6th Birthday Celebration.


Fall: Future of the Reference Desk: How to Interface High-Tech & the Reference Librarian. Joint program with MFLA.

Spring: Joint program with IASIS.

IOLUG © 2015. Founded in 1982, IOLUG is an organization established for the purpose of furthering the use of online systems, databases, computers, and telecommunication systems in libraries. Membership is open to all individuals interested in electronic information access systems.