Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI) is an organization representing all academic libraries in accredited non-profit institutions of higher education in Indiana. Included among the 72 ALI members are major research libraries, law and medical libraries, theological school libraries, and many undergraduates libraries.
ALI was established in 2003 to:
- Support economic development in Indiana
- Promote collaboration, innovation, preservation, and resource sharing
- Maintain resources for improving teaching, learning, research and service
- Improve Indiana's information infrastructure
Indiana Libraries Resource-Sharing Conference
Through the generous sponsorship of the Indiana State Library and the Academic Libraries of Indiana, we are proud to announce a free one-day resource sharing conference, Discovery to Delivery V: Better Together (D2D-V).
Date: D2D-V will be held on April 25, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Registration: Opens 8:30 a.m.
Location: Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library's Central Library, 40 East St. Clair Street, Indianapolis.
Conference registration, lunch, and parking are free. The event is open to all Indiana libraries. Library Education Units will be available for selected sessions.
Registration for this free conference is coming soon, so please mark your calendars.
[Submitted by Matthew C. Shaw, M.A., M.L.I.S., Director of the Krannert Memorial Library, University of Indianapolis. 11-13-2013.]