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Registration closes October 12th for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting. This hybrid event will be held Monday, October 17th (in-person) and Tuesday, October 18th (virtual).

Emergence 2022, the theme for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting, with a green, purple, and pink outline of a butterfly for the logo.
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Want to attend the 2022 MN+ Digital Collections Conference and MDL Annual Meeting? Act fast, because registration closes on Wednesday, October 12th.

The hybrid conference takes place over two days, Monday, October 17th and Tuesday, October 18th. You won't want to miss the fifteen breakout sessions or either of the two compelling keynotes. On Monday, our in-person day, Dr. Kirsten Delegard will start the conference with a discussion of the work of the Mapping Prejudice project and how it is highlighting long-standing racial inequities in Minneapolis housing policy.

On Tuesday, the all-virtual day kicks off with John Garrison Marks's overview of the American Association of State and Local History's new Reframing History toolkit, which provides cultural heritage organizations with resources to more inclusively engage with our shared history. Breakout sessions on a range of topics follow the keynotes on both days.

Again, registration closes soon, so please visit our event page before October 12th to sign up for one or both days. We hope to see you there!

Written by

Molly Huber
Outreach Coordinator, Minnesota Digital Library
Digital Initiatives & Metadata.

Education and support for staff who build, manage, and preserve digital and physical collections