Mark your calendar for
May 24 – 25, 2019
University of Ottawa
The publishing and information world continues to bring new challenges and new opportunities. At this conference, we’ll fine-tune our indexing practices, grow our business skills, offer our support and encouragement to newcomers, and pick the brains of those who have experience.
Ottawa is more than the political centre of Canada. It’s also home to some of the nation’s most important cultural venues. (Our conference site, which is on the University of Ottawa campus in the city’s centre, is just across the street from the new Ottawa Art Gallery.)
Watch this page for more details and announcements in the weeks to come.
Planning Your Travel
To help you plan your travel, here’s the schedule of activities:
- Thursday, May 23: a late afternoon or evening pre-conference event
- Friday, May 24: Breakfast around 8, sessions from 9 until 5, followed by our banquet dinner
- Saturday, May 25: Breakfast around 8, sessions from 9 until 5, followed by a post-conference event
- Sunday, May 26: we’re leaving room for a possible workshop or other event
We have negotiated special rates for conference attendees at two venues:
University of Ottawa Housing
90 University, less than a five-minute walk to the conference venue
Two bedroom suites with double beds and kitchenette for $125 per suite per night
Rates apply until April 11, 2019
Lord Elgin Hotel
Lord Elgin Hotel
100 Elgin Street, less than 10 minute walk to the conference venue
Classic King, Classic Queen, Classic 2 Queen Beds: $239 for Single or Double
Rates apply until April 22, 2019
There are many other accommodation options in downtown Ottawa, including boutique hotels such as the Byward Blue Inn and ARC the Hotel, B&Bs such as Auberge McGee’s Inn and Auberge des Arts, and chain hotels such as Novotel, Days Inn, Fairmont and others.
Book early to avoid disappointment!