The Charleston Conference - ATG Media

The Charleston Conference - ATG Media

Type Other
Website charleston-hub.com
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1980
Location Charleston, SC United States of America United States of America
Functions Advocacy, Research, Education/Training
Funding sources Corporations, Member funded
Tags libraries publishing scholarly publishing
Summary The Charleston Conference was started in 1980 by Charleston librarian Katina Strauch. Its focus is on acquisition for research and academic libraries, particularly on serials and academic books. It also covers library infrastructure topics, such as vendor systems and library technology. It is held in three historic hotels in the downtown area of Charleston. The conference is one of the only major library conferences in the United States that is independent from a large professional or trade organization. The Conference sponsors a series of publications, including reports, books and podcasts under the imprint ATG Media. Against the Grain is a print journal published six times a year by ATG Media, in February, April, June, September, and November and December/January, and the ATG NewsChannel website that is updated daily with the latest news, announcements, and online-only content.


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