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Upcoming Shared Print Events

Shared Print Actions: Terminology follow up discussions

PAN Winter Forum

  • The Print Archive Network (PAN) Forum is a free and open venue for information sharing about shared print programs. All those with an interest in shared print are welcome to attend and participate. PAN Midwinter 2024 will be held online, and will include updates on the Rosemont/Partnership merger, the Big Ten Collective Collection, and from members of the European Print Initiatives Collaboration (EPICo), as well as presentations on analyzing collective collections and a brief discussion of a project using ChatGPT for data standardization.
  • Meeting agenda:
  • Date/time: Friday, January 19, 2024
    • 9am-11am PT
    • 10am-12pm MT
    • 11am-1pm CT
    • noon-2pm ET
  • Register in advance:

PAN water cooler

    • The PAN Water Cooler is an informal get-together for shared print practitioners to talk about topics raised at the PAN Forum. It’s also a chance for people who are starting to become involved in shared print to come and hear what’s going on. All are welcome, no registration required.
    • Date/time: Monday, January 22, 2024
      • 9am-10am PT
      • 10am-11am MT
      • 11am-12pm CT
      • noon-1pm ET

Save the date: 2024 North America ICOLC Meeting

Registration information is forthcoming.

  • The International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) will be holding its 2024 North America meeting in Anaheim, CA, bringing together representatives from participating consortia across the country. Co-hosted by the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC), California Digital Library (CDL), California State University Libraries Network (CSU), and the Community College League of California (CCLC).
  • Date: April 14-17, 2024
  • Location: Anaheim, CA

Save the date: 2nd EPICo (8th Kuopio) Conference 2024 in Barcelona

Registration information is forthcoming.

  • Based on the theme – “Importance of Print in a Digital World”, we will explore how to preserve and provide access to vital print materials in an era of pressure and uncertainty. The programme is wide-ranging and includes perspectives from library practitioners and key stakeholders not just from across Europe, but around the world. Session themes will include – sustainability, architecture, business continuity planning, and approaches to access.
  • Date: September 25-27, 2024
  • Location: Universitat de Barcelona, Spain