#LSLS21: Mapping Our Identity

Title graphic reading: Lake Superior Libraries Symposium, Mapping Our Identity, Friday, June 11, 2021 Virtual Conference

Registration is now open for our ninth conference, which will be held virtually on June 11, 2021. The keynote speaker will be Fobazi Ettarh. There is no registration cost for this year’s conference. Registration will be capped at 200 attendees.

This year’s theme, Mapping Our Identity, invites attendees to explore the varied identities of libraries and library workers and how those identities shift in response to external events, personal development, changes in communities, and more. At LSLS21 we will ask, and hopefully start to answer, the questions of “Who are we?,” “Who do we want to become?,” and “How are we getting there?”

When: Friday, June 11, 2021, 8:45 am – 3:45 pm
Registration: Now Open
Where: Wherever you are!
Cost: Free!
Keynote: Fobazi Ettarh presents Boundaries, not courtesies: Deconstructing Vocational Awe in the Everyday
Breakout Sessions and Schedule: Now Available

LSLS allows library staff to share their expertise, learn from their colleagues, and network to develop a stronger community of information professionals. Staff from all types of libraries are encouraged to attend. The event is organized and supported by library staff and educators from Minnesota and Wisconsin; for a full list of our supporters, see https://lakesuperiorlibrariessymposium.com/about/supporters/.