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Lake Superior Libraries Symposium 2021 - Registration Now Open!

Monday, April 26, 2021

Guest post by Leslie Mehle, Superior Public Library

Registration for the free ninth annual Lake Superior Libraries Symposium is now open! LSLS21: Mapping Our Identity will be held virtually on Friday, June 11th, 2021. Library staff, administrators, trustees, and students from the Upper Midwest and beyond are invited to attend and participate. Register today!

This FREE event will include a keynote by Fobazi Ettarh, creator of the concept “vocational awe,” and 13 inspiring presentations that help you explore your identity and that of your library.

Registration is first-come, first-served and will be capped at 200.

The Symposium will take place virtually from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm Central Daylight Time (UTC-5). It will be held on the QiqoChat platform, with presentations available through Zoom. Information about the platform and how to log in will be provided to registrants.

The Lake Superior Libraries Symposium is a conference developed by library staff members from Northwestern Wisconsin and Northeastern Minnesota. The Symposium was created to promote resource sharing and communication between organizations and to help librarians develop enhanced professional networks. The symposium's continued operation is thanks to the in-kind and monetary contributions of supporters.

Have more questions? Contact the symposium organizers at