Registration is now closed.
The above rate is a discount rate for the conference attendees. You will find a link to the discount booking page at the bottom of your registration receipt. Read more on the Venue page.
Childcare is offered Monday - Thursday at a highly subsidized rate of $10/day, thanks to a generous sponsorship by Equinox and CurateCamp. Details about Childcare are available on the conference website.
The registration link will be posted on the website, and will be emailed to the Code4Lib and Code4LibCon listservs. There will be no waitlist at this time, but there will be a second release of spots on a TBD future date.
Presentations will be streamed and archived on our YouTube channel. Please be sure to thank our volunteers that make this happen.
We are thrilled to be able to provide live transcriptions of all the presentations, thanks to Temple University Libraries.
The Code4Lib community seeks to provide a welcoming, safe, and fun conference environment for all attendees. In support of this, all conference attendees are required to adhere to the Code4Lib Code of Conduct throughout the entire conference including pre-conference and post-conference activities in all event venues both physical and virtual including presentations, workshops, or any community channel such as the chatroom or mailing list.
All cancellations received on or before February 8, 2016 are eligible for a full refund of fees paid, less a 20% cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued after the February 8 cut-off date.
You must be present to win a "giveaway prize". Names will be selected at random from the list of attendees. Giveaway raffles are held in the main conference room, just after meals and breaks. Meal and break times are listed in the daily schedules.
Do not photograph, film, or audio-record anyone at Code4Lib without their expressly-given permission beforehand. Color- and patter-coded lanyards are available at the registration desk to help indicate the wearer’s preference for photography ONLY. Please note, regardless of lanyards, you must always ask before filming or audio-recording attendees.