Registration is now open for Access 2016, which will be held in the beautiful city of Fredericton, New Brunswick from October 4-7.

Access is Canada’s premier library technology conference that brings librarians, technicians, developers, programmers, and managers together to discuss cutting-edge library technologies. 

This year's program features some of the coolest people on the planet and includes
- two amazing keynote talks, one by Director of MIT Libraries, Chris Bourg, about “Libraries, Technology, and Social Justice,” and the other by Geoffrey Rockwell, “On the Ethics of Digitization."
presentations on a range of topics including institutional repositories, Raspberry Pi, AtoM, 3D models, user-centred taxonomies, and a lot more
- several fast and fun Ignite talks
panel discussions on the current state of the merging of Libraries and Information Technology and on the Future of Access,
- a full-day hackfest,
- two half-day workshops, 
- and lots more

Check out the full program at

And then register at 

Register by July 13 to take advantage of the early bird rate.

We can’t wait to see you at the conference!

David Ross, on behalf of the Access 2016 Planning Committee