Welcome to Online Northwest
Online Northwest is a conference focusing on the use of technology within libraries. It was created by the Oregon University System Library Council to help librarians around Oregon learn how to use early online searching tools. As information technology and librarians have increased in sophistication over the years, so has the conference.
Online Northwest is now a one-day conference focusing on topics that intersect libraries, technology and culture. The conference is sponsored by the Oregon University System Library Council.
Online Northwest 2016 Hiatus…Watch This Space!
After our 2015 conference, the Online Northwest conference planning committee asked for your feedback. We asked Online Northwest participants for the last few years what’s working and what’s not, what could be better, and what we could change going forward. Thank you to everyone who replied.
In order to incorporate your thoughtful ideas and comments, and plan for the future, we've decided to use this year to plan for changes to the conference in 2017.
There will be no Online Northwest conference in 2016. We look forward to seeing you back in Corvallis in 2017 when we’ll have exciting changes to share!
Your Online Northwest conference planning committee,
Camila Gabaldon, Hui Zhang, Karen Munro, Loree Hyde, Jim Rible, Blake Galbreath, Kim Pendell, Aja Bettencourt McCarthy