Urban Librarians Conference 2018 – Library Revolution
April 13th 2018
The sixth Urban Librarians Conference will take place on April 13th 2018 at Brooklyn Public Library’s majestic Central library at Grand Army Plaza. The theme this year is Library Revolution and we will be featuring revolutionary librarianship from across the country. Our keynote is library revolutionary Jessamyn West and topics will include racial representation in publishing, code switching, and libraries as tools of peace. There will be a dozen breakout sessions, numerous practical demonstrations, lively conversations, and free coffee, so, so, so much free coffee. As always the conference is priced to make it affordable to working librarians, early bird registration is only $30, advance registration is $35 (but we have sold out the last few years so don’t wait until the last minute). See you at the conference!
The Urban Librarians Conference is the only library conference that focuses on front-line librarians working in large urban centers. We focus on practical, applied library science and really love to find new and upstart speakers who have fresh ideas to share. See you there!
The 2018 Urban Librarians Conference is SOLD OUT! If you didn’t get your tickets this year, we hope to see you in 2019!
*requests for refunds will be honored up 7 days before the event