Please note that all presenters MUST register for the conference separately. Keep an eye out for the announcement that registration is open!
Kilokilo Ka Maka: Understanding Our Place(s)
In the times of our ancestors, kilo were the observers and readers of earthly and heavenly phenomena. Their practiced study of the environment led to an intimate connection to and understanding of their places.
We, information professionals, relate to kilo in several ways: we are deeply involved in our communities, we are watchful of developing trends and best practices, and we are ever-mindful of our roles and responsibilities.
And, so, we carry these ideas into this year's conference, as we look to better understand our physical and professional landscapes. How are you, in your professional role, working to understand your place?
The Conference Planning Committee welcomes proposals on all library and information topics, and strongly encourages tying session topics to this year’s theme.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Keahiahi Long, HLA Conference Planning Chair, at keahiahi [at] hawaii [dot] edu.