LOUIS has provided a users conference since its inception in 1992. It is currently known as the LOUIS Users Conference (LUC), an annual conference hosted by LOUIS for our partners.
Our purpose is to bring inspired people--like our partners--together to communicate and collaborate to ensure we remain the premier source for our users' research, learning, and teaching needs.
We offer a number of exciting opportunities to participate in the conference. You can present in a single session, moderate a sharing session, or be part of a panel. The conference sessions cover a number of topics, so there is an opportunity for everyone!
LUC 2017 will be held October 18-19 at the C. B. Pennington Jr. Conference Center in Baton Rouge. The planning committee has started the planning process. Watch the LUC 2017 page for continuing updates!
We have two committees established to assist with conference planning. The LUC Planning Committee assists the coordinators with various tasks, like program selection and catering. The LUC Awards Committee works with the coordinators to get nominations, select recipients, and plan the awards ceremony.
LUC 2016 was held October 5-6 at the C. B. Pennington Jr. Conference Center in Baton Rouge. The conference had 185 attendees, featured two special guest speakers, over 50 sessions, and a Q&A Room for our sponsors to chat with attendees.
Our users conference gives us the perfect opportunity to honor our members' accomplishments. We now feature an awards ceremony each year, honoring LOUIS libraries' efforts and activities for the past year.
LUC has been held since 2003. We have published the details for each conference year, from newest to oldest.
We have published the presentations made available to us for each year of the conference since 2003. The presentations are listed alphabetically.