So we bid farewell to the 2018 Charleston Conference. It was excellent, with many current topics in the information industry being discussed. I have enjoyed bringing you reports of various sessions, but with over 200 of them, there are lots more that I could not report on. Summaries of many of them will appear in the “And They Were There” column in Against The Grain, by Ramune Kubilius, Collection Development and Special Projects Librarian at Northwestern University’s Galter Health Sciences Library, starting with the February 2019 issue.
And while you are thinking about it, be sure and mark your calendar now with the dates of the 2019 Charleston Conference, which will be held in the same venues:
2019 Charleston Conference
November 4-8, 2019
I wish you all the best and look forward to seeing you there.
Don Hawkins blogs about conferences for Information Today and Against The Grain. He also maintains the Conference Calendar on the Information Today website and is the Editor of Personal Archiving: Preserving Our Digital Heritage, published by Information Today in 2013, and Co-Editor of Public Knowledge: Access and Benefits, published by Information Today in 2016. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked in the information industry for over 45 years.