April 2-3, 1993

Information Access Conferences begin

In 1990, a group of faculty began meeting to discuss various things that could be done to promote and develop special libraries and information science. This SLIS committee examined a number of alternatives for curriculum development, enhancement of technology, and development of some type of program that would be beneficial to the entire state and to the Southeast. Out of these discussions, the idea of a regional conference on issues relating to access to information emerged. Development of the first IAC followed.

Copy of the first memo proposing the "conference on databases."


A picture of the first IAC brochure

Brochure for the first Information Access Conference, 1993.



See brochures from other Information Access Conferences.

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