For 2015, DataFest and Fall Conference were compressed into a one-day mashup of librarians and vendors, where everyone can learn from one another. For more information about ShareFest, visit the ShareFest page. Future dates for 2016-2018.
Registrations are transferable. If no one can come in your place, upon request, Tenn-Share will refund your registration fee at 100% if the cancellation is more than 30 days before the event. For attendees who cancel within 30 days of the event and request refunds, Tenn-Share retains $10 from the fees paid for administrative expenses. If you prefer to transfer your registration, please contact Tenn-Share.
Highlights from previous Fall Conferences
The 2014 Fall Conference was held on Friday, September 26, and featured Dr. Joni Blake, Executive Director of the Greater Western Library Alliance, as keynote speaker. She told the audience about the progress of Occam's Reader. We also had our first Ten for Tenn presentations, which were librarian-led presentations of 10 minute or less.
The 2013 Fall Conference was held on Friday, September 20th, at the Nashville Public Library Conference Center. The theme of the 2013 Tenn-Share DataFest and Fall Conference was "Who are the people in your neighborhood?" Effectively serving our libraries' diverse users" serving diverse communities. The 2013 conference featured:
The 2012 Fall Conference was held on Friday, September 28. The theme was The Future of Resource Sharing: It's Still About the Book, and it featured:
The 2011 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 28 and featured:
The 2010 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 29 and featured:
The 2009 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 30 and featured:
The 2008 Fall Conference featured: