Tuesday, March 21, 2017

CFP: Code4Lib SOUTHEAST, Emory University Library, April 21,2017

Calling developers, technologists, and others working with IT systems and services for libraries or similar cultural heritage organizations:

Code4Lib Southeast 2017, a one-day conference, will be held on Friday April  21, 2017 at Emory University's Woodruff Library in Atlanta.  You can make this conference a success!  Information about potential topic and the types of sessions planned for this event are on this wiki page: 

The page also includes a link to our Proposal form: https://goo.gl/forms/t8aTpM0fBkAKpvwl1 .

NOTE:   You don't have to be from or residing in the Southeast to make a proposal or come to the conference -  we welcome visitors from anywhere.

Registration is open here:  https://goo.gl/forms/kaN8A4QbH2SmJKMz1.  The Wiki has information about local hotels/motels in the area if you plan to stay overnight.

NOTE: Emory Libraries are also hosting a HydraCamp April 17-20  (https://curationexperts.com/our-services/hydra-camp/ ), and if you are interested in learning about Hydra, you can add Code4Lib Southeast Emory 2017 to round out your week. 

Apologies for cross-posting.   However, we encourage you to share this announcement on any relevant email/discussion lists or other communication channels where it hasn't been posted.  Please spread the word to anyone you think would be interested.

Looking forward to your ideas, and this get-together!

Laura Akerman and Elizabeth Mumpower, organizers
Emory University Libraries
Contact/questions:  code4libse2017@gmail.com