Genealogy librarians who need a few days away from the public, here's your chance to really get away from it all:
An update on “Genealogy and Local History for All: Services to Multicultural Communities”. Early registration will close in less than two weeks (June 20). Register now!
The conference is for librarians and archivists and will take place in Ottawa, Ontario on August 6 and 7 at Library and Archives Canada. For full details, please see the conference website at http://www3.telus.net/public/cv910081/GenLoc/
The programme will feature presentations on a wide variety of topics including DNA and genealogy, resources and services for specific ethnic groups, and global initiatives being undertaken by FamilySearch. It will also provide an excellent opportunity to make new contacts with librarians and archivists working in the area of genealogy and local history. There will also be tours of the Canadian Genealogy Centre, Library and Archives Canada and the Gatineau Preservation Centre.
For further information, please contact:
Janet Tomkins, Information Coordinator
Section 37 - Genealogy and Local History
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions