Innovative users submit clever presentation titles and over 80 ideas for annual conference
Every year, the Innovative Users Group annual conference offers over 120 unique sessions for attendees, made up of Innovative presentations and user-submitted presentations. This year, Innovative users submitted approximately 80 presentation ideas with some very clever titles. Register today for IUG 2020 so that you too can find out when to go fines free, what the newest dance moves are, and how to level up your cataloging skills.
Here are some of our favorite presentation titles submitted by IUG members this year:
- Funds, Actually
- Making your Items Make Sense
- Guinea Pig or Pioneer: Beta Testing Experiences and Insights
- No Server, No Problem: Sierra API Projects on Google Apps Script
- Hot, Hot, Hotspots!
- Summer in the Stacks: Our Joint Efforts on Weeding
- Change Management and other Fables
- Twist & Shoutbomb – a Notices Top Hit
- Did Cataloging Choose You? Learn How To Level Up!
- Fines Free? Frankly Why Not?
- Playing With “Matches”: An Update for Sierra
To find out more about the presentations behind these titles, you can view the preliminary program list on the IUG website or register to attend IUG 2020 from April 15-18 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The IUG annual conference is a three-day event where you can learn best practices from colleagues, engage with Innovative staff on product development, and network with Innovative users like you.
If your library is not a member, you can join for only $110 per year. Member fees help with conference costs and IUG administration. The benefits of IUG membership include access to the annual conference, program materials from the annual meeting, participation in the IUG forums, access to the Clearinghouse, and more.
You can read more about the IUG conference in these posts:
- I Found New Skills and a New Career through the IUG
- From Unsure to Confident: The Value of the IUG
- The Innovative Users Group 2020 Conference
The Innovative Users Group was founded in 1991 as an international organization of member libraries who used the Innovative Interfaces, Inc integrated library software. It is an independent organization from Innovative Interfaces, Inc. The IUG is led by the Steering Committee whose members are elected by the general membership. It consists of a Chair, Vice Chair/Chair Elect, Past Chair, Secretary/Treasurer, and five Members at Large. All members of the Steering Committee volunteer their services to the organization.