What's on Our Educational Calendar In 2023?

Mark These Dates!

NISO’s online educational events are an excellent opportunity for information organizations to offer continuing professional development opportunities to their staff — without the expense of travel! Our knowledgeable speakers come from a mix of stakeholder communities — libraries, publishers, service providers, and other information organizations, both large and small, commercial and not-for-profit. 

2023 Roundtable Discussion Topics (Webinar, Member Benefit)

Our monthly Roundtable discussions take place on Wednesdays, from 11:00am to 12:30pm (Eastern Time, Canada/US). Registration is free for anyone working at a NISO member organization — sign-on credentials are sent to our named contacts, or you may register directly.  

Nonmember organizations and individual students are also welcome to register for our webinars. The nonmember price includes an unlimited number of participants from your organization.

The dates and topics for theses popular Roundtable Discussions (Webinars) are shown below.  The live broadcasts run from 11.00am through 12.30pm (Eastern, US & Canada) unless otherwise indicated on a specific NISO event page. Remember as well that members receive access to an archived recording of the event so that those with scheduling conflicts can still listen at their convenience. 


More In-Depth

NISO Virtual Conferences — discounts for members

Our virtual conferences offer a more in-depth, substantive look at topics and themes of particular importance. In 2023, this will include two virtual two-day events: our second NISO Tech Summit, and the ever-popular Humanities Roundtable; and two four-hour virtual conferences — on Accessibility, and Metadata and Discovery: Quality is Key. Discounted rates are available if you register for all four events, with additional discounts for NISO members.

Subscribe to all four events for just $610, saving 20% compared with registering for each event individually!

Training Series — discounts for members

Each of these popular eight-week training programs (one hour per week) are developed and managed by an expert consultant/instructor, with guest lecturers as appropriate. Next year’s training programs are: