Upcoming Conferences:

EdTechTeam Istanbul Summit featuring Google for Education

We invite you to join us for the EdTechTeamIstanbul Summit featuring Google for Education
APRIL 9 & 10, 2016 HISAR SCHOOL
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CEESA Conference 18 - 19 March here in Istanbul with a Job-a-like on Thursday 17th March.

Librarians’ Job-A-Like Thursday, March 17, 2016 9:00 am – 4:00 pm @ SALT Galata in Istanbul, Turkey

“The first place of personalization - the library!”
• Session 1 Skype call with Katie Day http://www.thelibrarianedge.com/
• Session 2 Discussion: Role of Library Spaces
• Session 3 Discussion: Role of Librarians
• Session 4 CEESA Open Forum / UnConference

Join CEESA Librarians for a day of discussions, UnConferencing, and networking! To register for the job-a-like click here



IASL Conference on the 28th of June - 2nd of July in Maastricht, Netherlands. Early registration ends on March 15th. Click here for more details and link to register.

Past Conferences:

Edtechist: Educational Technology Conference on the 18th & 19th of April in Istanbul. Click here for more details and link to register.

NESA: Spring Educators Conference on the 19th - 23rd of March in Istanbul. Click here for more details and link to register.

Destiny Library Manager Training workshop with Larry Gilbert, Dr. Destiny on the 16th March 2015 in Turkish, 17 March 2015 in English in Istanbul - BREAKING NEWS! Click here for more details and link to register.

ECIS conference September 2014
9 November 2013 –
The seventh triennial European Council of International Schools (ECIS) Librarians’ conference will be held in Waterloo, Belgium, from September 25th to 28th, 2014. The conference theme is Climbing the Butte de Literacy: Librarians Supporting Language, Learning & Literacy. The conference will be hosted by St. John’s International School in Waterloo. For details, contact Committee Chair drutland@stjohns.be
I copied this from Lesley Farmer's IFLA Blog.