Exciting News for Library Marketers!
Registration Is Open for the 2016 Library Marketing and Communications Conference!
Please join us
November 16th & 17th, 2016
Crowne Plaza Hotel in Addison, TX, just outside Dallas
Register online at http://www.
Organized by the Library Marketing and Communications Group
Facilitated by Amigos Library Services (www.amigos.org)
This conference is designed for library employees of any level who are involved in
marketing, communication, public relations, social media, and outreach in academic,
public, and special libraries. The sessions will explore issues that are important for this
niche of library work, and the conference will include time for attendees to network and
to discuss mutual challenges.
LMCC is the only conference in the U.S. that’s designed exclusively for people who do library marketing and communications (MarCom) work. We aim to release our Call for Proposals for sessions on or about April 1. While we don’t have a program for you to explore yet, we’ll be asking for sessions from experienced MarCom employees that will fit under these categories:
o Marketing research / Plans
o Social media
o Communications / PR / Media relations
o Partnerships / Community engagement / Embedding
o Graphic design / Technology / Software
o Planning & promoting programs & events
o Politics / Votes / Funding
o Internal marketing / Staff buy-in / Workflow management
o Focus on the user
Early Bird Registration: $299, available through July 13.
Regular Registration: $369, open July 14 through October.
Both registration options include:
Two full days of practical sessions
Morning beverage breaks
Afternoon beverage breaks
Organized networking opportunities
In 2015, this conference sold out quickly.
We’ve been able to increase our space this year, but seats might still go fast.
So don’t delay — sign up soon and benefit from the Early Bird pricing!
Thanks to our friends at Amigos for making this event possible with their support and guidance! “Amigos Library Services is a member-led and member-focused cooperative whose mission is to unite libraries for action and strength in service to their communities. Our vision is that members will view Amigos as indispensable for strengthening their ability to serve their communities.”