Contribute to and join the ELAG conference!
ELAG is Europe’s premier conference on the application of information technology in libraries and documentation centers. For over forty years, the ELAG (European Library Automation Group) Conference has provided library and IT professionals with the opportunity to discuss new technologies, to review on-going developments, and to exchange best practices.
The next ELAG conference will take place in Riga, Latvia from 09 to 12 June 2020. A call for proposals will be sent at the beginning of December.
The principal goals of ELAG conference are to:
- Promote knowledge sharing, collaboration, and mutual understanding of new library and archive technologies and services;
- Connect people working in libraries, archives, museums, and software development projects within and across those domains;
- Study the impact of changing user expectations and behaviours;
- Collaborate on navigating evolving library standards and the effects on library technology;
- Define common principles for library automation by sharing best practices and defining new standards;
- Foster exchanges about data, software and documentation beyond the scope of any single technology, vendor, or toolset;
The ELAG conference provide a bridge between technologists, metadata experts, archivists, management to study the impact of automation technology in a changing library and archive landscape. Make yourself heard and participate in our community.
The 44th European Library Automation Group Systems Seminar will be in Riga, Latvia June 9 – 12, 2020Posted: November 19, 2019
Stay tuned for more news about the upcoming ELAG conference in the next weeks!
For more information, visit our conference website https://elag2020.lnb.lv/.
For those who want to continue the ELAG discussions, we have an ELAG Slack channel were currently 81 library enthusiasts are participating. Join us at:
Do you want to help in organising ELAG or participate in our programme committee? At the ELAG Slack we have a #conference channel. Please introduce yourself or send an email to our chair of the ELAG Programme Committee Peter Van Boheemen (firstname.lastname@example.org).