A conference on how libraries and librarians support entrepreneurship in their communities and campuses
ELC is now a free, virtual conference!
The ELC will take place online November 12th-13th. Submission for conference proposals are now open and are being accepted through August 1st. To learn more and submit a proposal click here.
Registration information coming fall 2020.
The conference planning team includes public, academic, and special librarians from across the United States and Canada.
08-10-2020 Call for Pitches now open
Entrelib invites applications for our inaugural pitch competition, “@ the Table”. To learn more, including deadlines and prizes, check out the information here!
08-01-2020 Proposals for concurrent sessions are now closed.
Thank you to everyone who submitted!
06-11-2020 ELC is now FREE to attend!
05-29-2020 ELC is now online and proposals are back open!
Due to COVID-19, the ELC will now be a virtual conference held online November 12th-13th. The format will change slightly, focusing on high quality, impactful presentations that range in length from 15 to 25 minutes plus our two great keynote speakers. Options for virtual networking are included! To learn more about themes, formats, and to submit a proposal check out the information here. Proposals submission deadline is August 1st. Registration information will follow at a later date.
05-15-2020 Conference Update
In the wake of COVID-19, we are reevaluating the safest and most feasible option for bringing you the 2020 Entrepreneurship & Libraries Conference. We are pausing proposal submission for the time being and will have an update on the conference soon. Stay tuned!
03-06-2020 Call for proposals is open
Entrelib invites proposals for the 2020 Entrepreneurship & Libraries Conference now through June 1. To learn more about themes, formats, and to submit a proposal check out this information here. Registration information coming soon!
02-24-2020 – Keynote speakers announced
Join us in welcoming Gary Schoeniger, Founder & CEO of The Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative, and Ashley Brown, Director of Research Services at the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC- Chapel Hill, as ELC 2020’s keynote speakers. Learn more about Gary and Ashley here.
For more information about the ELC, please contact one of the co-chairs:
- Morgan Ritchie-Baum (Greensboro Public Library): [email protected]
- Sara Thynne (Alamance Community College): [email protected]
- Steve Cramer (UNC Greensboro): [email protected]
Thank you to our sponsors