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NEC4L 2016 Meeting
Please join us Monday, December 5, in Amherst, MA for the 2016 NECode4Lib conference. This informal conference will feature sessions covering technology in libraries, archives and museums in the New England area.
When - December 5, 2016
Registration Link - TBA
Planning Committee - Abigail Baines, Systems & Discovery Librarian, Hampshire College; Kathleen Haley, Information Systems Librarian, American Antiquarian Society; Ed Hill, Systems & Digital Services Librarian, Westfield State University; Joe Montibello, Library Systems Manager, Dartmouth College; Beatrice Pulliam, Dir. of Technology & Info. Services, Providence Public Library; Johanna Radding, Metadata/Discovery Librarian, Amherst College; Matt Sherman, Digital Content Librarian, University of Bridgeport
Directions to the Red Barn at Hampshire College. Please park in the upper parking lot.
If you're planning on staying the night, there are a number of nearby hotels. Some suggestions at varying price points are:
Hotels Within 5 Miles of Hampshire College
- Comfort Inn, Hadley MA, 413.584.9816
- Courtyard Marriott Hotel, Hadley MA, 413.256.5454
- Hampton Inn, Hadley MA, 413.586.4851
- Holiday Inn Express, Hadley MA, 413.582.0002
- The Lord Jeffery Inn, Amherst, MA, 800.742.0358
Hotels in Neighboring Towns
- Willits-Hallowell Conference Center, Mount Holyoke College, 413.538.2217
Code of Conduct
NECode4Lib is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We are using the Code4Lib 2015 Conference Code of Conduct that can be found at: http://2017.code4lib.org/conduct/ If an incident occurs, please use the following contact information:
Monday, December 5
- Registration, coffee & networking 9-9:30am
- Keynote or opening talk 9:30-10am
- Talks 10am-1pm
- Lunch Break 1-2pm
- Lightning talks 2-2:45pm
- Break 2:45-3pm
- Demo/workshop on 3-4:45pm
- Optional happy hour/dinner (location TBD)
Please sign up here for a lightning talk or presentation (deadline November 18, 2016)
Registration coming soon.
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