Backstage Library Works

Upcoming Events

Join us at an in-person or virtual conference, and keep an eye on this page for upcoming webinars. Email us to arrange a meeting with our team at any of these events. We’d love to see you!

CONFERENCE LOCATION 2024 DATES NOTES
COSUGI – SirsiDynix Users Group Provo, UT March 5–8 Exhibiting
IUG – Innovative Users Group Detroit, MI March 25–27 Exhibiting
PLA – Public Library Association Columbus, OH April 3–5 Presenting, Exhibiting, Booth 2623
CARL – California Association of Research Libraries San Jose, CA April 3–6 Sponsoring
MARAC Spring Symposium – Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference Philadelphia, PA April 8 Exhibiting, Sponsoring
SCA – Society of California Archivists Virtual April 15–19 Sponsoring
ELUNA – Ex Libris Users of North America Minneapolis, MN May 14–17 Exhibiting, Sponsoring
FBC Government Procurement Conference – Federal Business Council Washington, DC June 12 Exhibiting
ALA Annual – American Library Association San Diego, CA Jun 27–July 2 Exhibiting, Booth 2821
NAGARA – Government Archives and Records Atlanta, GA July 16–19 Presenting, Exhibiting, Sponsoring
SAA – Society of American Archivists Chicago, IL August 14–17 Exhibiting
ALA Core Forum Minneapolis, MN November 14–16 Exhibiting

Upcoming Webinars

Later webinar dates may change as schedules are solidified. We post about our webinars on social media – be sure to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter for those announcements.

If you can’t make a webinar, not to worry; we record and upload them to our website and to YouTube. 

MARCH 16th, 1:00 PM EST

Where To Start? - What to Expect When Planning a Project with Backstage
Sit down with some of the members of our sales team as we discuss what sorts of questions you can expect to hear about your project; how long the process takes, and what to expect from start to finish.
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