2021 Convention and Expo
Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus, Ohio
Developing Greatness – it’s what public libraries do.
Public libraries have a history of developing greatness in their patrons, staff, and communities. Now, more than ever, our work is critical as we rebuild after the devastating losses from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our patrons and communities need our services, programs, resources and well-trained staff to guide them through the process of getting their lives and careers back on track.
Our staff and co-workers need ongoing professional development and training to prepare us to navigate through uncertain times. Most importantly, we need support from library leadership, administration, and each other. The relationships we have cultivated with colleagues across the state are invaluable. They give us inspiration and opportunities for collaboration.
The 2021 Convention and Expo will continue the Ohio Library Council’s tradition of educating and preparing public library staff to develop greatness in ourselves and our communities.
This will be the OLC’s only in-person event for 2021. We want to assure you that the Convention and Expo will follow all of the local, state and national protocols in place at that time in order to ensure the health and safety of all participants. At this time, attendees, regardless of vaccination status, will need to wear masks for all indoor OLC events during the Convention and Expo. Learn more about our COVID protocols.
For daily schedules, speakers, sessions, exhibitors and more, visit conventionexpo.olc.org.
2021 Convention Leadership
Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library
Seneca County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Dayton Metro Library
Mechanicsburg Public Library
Columbus Metropolitan Library