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The Fall 2014 is now over. Watch this space for information about our upcoming Spring conference early in 2015.

Past Conferences


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.

collage of programs


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.