Anyone going to OCLC’s EMEA Regional Council Meeting – Libraries at the Crossroads: Resolving Identities – in February, in Berlin?
I’ll be there – I’m giving the closing keynote presentation on Wednesday. Looks like it will be an interesting, “make-you-think” conference focused on technology changes and emerging trends (and probably a lot of other stuff, too).
Here’s what the website says about the meeting:
For the eighth edition of our EMEA Regional Council Meeting, we are inviting you to Germany, where we have the biggest number of OCLC members in the region. The meeting in Berlin is an opportunity and a chance for OCLC members and other delegates across the EMEA region to get to know each other and network. By joining us and participating in the various plenary and breakout sessions, member libraries from around the region are able to explore the trends that are shaping the future of libraries. The programme will not only be composed of inspiring keynote sessions, but also a large number of OCLC member library sessions. By sharing our own experiences, we will advance further together.
I’m really looking forward to it. So if you’re thinking about attending – go ahead and register, and come say hi!