As you browse around for this year’s conference information, take a look also at some additional features we offer, including information about library Certifications, our CafePress store, and the FAQ. The FAQ may be particularly useful for those who have attended OLSSI before and wonder why we do things the way we do.
Congratulations to our scholarship winners! Mae Evans of the College of Wooster, Dustin Harris of Northwest State Community College, and Heather Riddick of the New Knoxville branch of Auglaize County Public Library, we’ll see you at Mount Union in July!
Thank you to the many entrants in the scholarship contest. We appreciate the time and effort put into your essays.
Early Bird registration continues until May 12 at the $275 discounted rate. After that registration will still be available at the $299 regular rate until July 13.
From now until May 12, register for OLSSI 2018 at the discounted rate of $275, a $29 savings. Your registration covers not just our whole lineup of classes but also a private room for two nights and most meals.
While classes usually have plenty of room for everyone who is interested, we occasionally need to limit a class that is especially popular, takes place in a computer lab, or requires special supplies. Classes are filled first-come, first-serve, so register as soon as possible for the best chance to get all of the classes you want.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria were weeks and months ago, but the rebuilding will continue for some time. Please consider donating to the ALA Disaster Relief fund to help the many communities affected get their local libraries back. More information about how the money raised is used is also available from ALA.