Exploring trends, technologies, e-resource management, and digital services in libraries.
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You’re invited to Camp ER&L!

17th Annual Meeting of the Electronic Resources & Libraries

– A Virtual Conference –

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Blue whistle. Leads to Speaking Opportunities page.
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Orange flag waving. Leads to sponsorship opportunities page.

Camp ER&L is your chance to explore the virtual learning trails with your peers in a fun, interactive virtual environment.

  • Catch some big ideas in our themed Live Sessions blocks
  • Support, Share, and Lean on one another in our new Networking activities and Discussions
  • Learn a lot from one another in On-Demand Sessions with live Q&A
  • Relax a little with some self-care offerings with our Wellness activities
  • Meet vendors and stock up on essential provisions with Vendor sessions and activities
  • Enjoy a break with Live Entertainment offerings such as live music

Catch some big ideas in our themed Live Sessions blocks

Support, Share, and Lean on one another in our new Networking activities and Discussions

Learn a lot from one another in On-Demand Sessions with live Q&A

Relax a little with some self-care offerings with our Wellness activities

Meet vendors and stock up on essential provisions with Vendor sessions and activities

Enjoy a break with Live Entertainment offerings such as live music

We’ll see you out there on the trails or at one of our camp destinations from March 14-17, 2022.

What attendees said about ER&L 2021 Virtual Event

I was AMAZED at the quality of the presenters. Every presenter here focused on recommendations that the audience could take away and use, which was fantastic.
I really appreciated the platform. As a presenter, exhibitor, and attendee, it was really easy to switch back and forth between the booth, my presentation, and other presentations. I've attended quite a few of these online conferences and this was the best setup in terms of ease of use and overall functionality.
There were many great sessions with trendy topics: ILS (Alma, FOLIO), streaming videos practice, and some tech sessions such Excel short talks and Python use in libraries. I've gathered quite a few things that I will explore applying in my library.
I was very pleased that even in these difficult times, the quality of the conference was not at all affected.
The presentations are perfectly on target with the requirements, struggles and opportunities in my job.