Registration | Speakers | Schedule | Sponsors
The information exchange is devoted to helping communities locate and strategize methods to provide better access to information, generate ideas about what libraries are and how knowledge can be shared within a community to improve the lives of its citizens.
The conference is for librarians, educators, business leaders, healthcare providers, activists, city planners—anyone who wants to build resources in their community!
$30 per attendee – includes all speakers, sessions, breakfast & post-party
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Featuring Sonia Manzano from television’s “Sesame Street” and author of Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx, Miracle on 133rd Street, and several young adult and children’s books.
Afternoon Q & A: John Dahl
Featuring John Dahl, Vice President and Executive Producer for ESPN Films and Original Content, he oversees the 30 for 30 documentary and SEC Storied series.
- 8-8:45 AM - Registration and Breakfast, provided by Hello Sugar
- 8:45-9 AM - Welcome and Introductions
- 9-10 AM - Keynote Speaker: Sonia Manzano
- 10-10:15 AM - Sonia Manzano book signing with the Bookworm
- 10:15-11 AM - Breakout Session 1, learn more...
- 11:15-12 PM - Breakout Session 2, learn more...
- 12-1 PM - Lunch on your own, food trucks parked on Jones Street
- 1-2 PM - Afternoon Q & A: John Dahl with Omaha World Herald's Matthew Hansen
- 2:15-3 PM - Breakout Session 3, learn more...
- 3:15-4 PM - Breakout Session 4, learn more...
- 4-6 PM - Conference concludes with Happy Hour, sponsored by the UNO Library Friends
Visit the Kaneko-UNO Library online for more conference information.
Thank you to our sponsors:
- Buffett Early Childhood Institute
- Gallery 1516
- Hello Sugar
- Learning HQ
- Omaha Public Library
- UNO Library Friends
- UNO Graduate Studies
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