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Description automatically generatedRegistration is now OPEN for the LAMNS Virtual Conference! – October 21-23

Register now - https://pheedloop.com/LAMNSConference/site/home/

 

The Nova Scotia Library Association (NSLA) has teamed up with our friends from museums & archives to bring you this special joint conference: "Moving Forward Together: Collaboration & Innovations to Meet Changing Needs"

 

Our conference theme highlights the resilience of our sectors in dealing with the realities caused by COVID-19 and the use of collaboration and innovation to meet the challenges we face.

 

LAMNS last joint conference, held in Halifax in 2015, was an historic event that brought the 3 partners together for the first time. "Moving Forward Together” will be another historic moment – LAMNS' first virtual Conference!

 

For 3 days, employees and volunteers from libraries, archives, and museums across Nova Scotia will come together to learn from each other and share their experiences of serving the public during a pandemic.

 

The Conference panels, presentations, and keynote events will highlight the resilience of our sectors and the use of collaboration and innovation to meet the challenges we face. This has been a year of expedited growth and change, a year of strength and resiliency, and community collaboration from a distance. Let’s come together and celebrate our sectors – together!

 

Session topics include:

 

More information to come on speakers, panels, round tables, and keynotes.

 

The LAMNS 2021 Conference is organized by the Nova Scotia Library Association, Association of Nova Scotia Museums, the Council of Nova Scotia Archives, Nova Scotia Archives, Nova Scotia Provincial Library, and the Nova Scotia Museum. 

 

 

 

 

Ray Fernandes

Youth Services Librarian / Consultant

Nova Scotia Provincial Library

(902) 424-2474

https://library.novascotia.ca/

 

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