ELUNA 2020 Developers Day+

ELUNA Developers Day+ Overview

Developers Day brings together librarians and developers to create new and innovative services and solutions. The goal of this event is to highlight community projects, provide opportunities for hands-on learning, and foster collaborations.

The hands-on workshops will be oriented towards both novice and experienced developers, and will give attendees the opportunity to work directly with Ex Libris system APIs with the guidance and support of peers.

Developers Day 2020 continues with the expanded 1.5 days configuration, including a half-day of hands-on workshops! Developers Day+ begins on the Monday before ELUNA, and extends through all-day Tuesday.

Event Schedule

Developers Day+ includes the 1.5 days of presentations and workshops, Tuesday breakfast and lunch, and the ELUNA opening reception.

Monday afternoon, May 4, 2020

  • Developers Day+ registration: 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Developers Day+ workshops: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

  • Developers Day+ presentations: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
  • ELUNA conference reception: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

*Note that Developers Day+ is a separately ticketed event from ELUNA, and separate registration is required in order to attend.

Program Info

(Coming soon!)

Registration Rates

Registration Options Pricing Speaker discount
ends 3/23/2020 ends 4/6/2020 begins 4/7/2020
Developers Day+ & ELUNA (ELUNA and IGeLU Members Only) $650 $700 $750 ($100)
Developers Day+ Only (without ELUNA conference) $300 $350 $400 ($25)

Registration notes:

  • Registration for ELUNA and Developers Day+ will open in March 2020.
  • Attendance at both Developers Day+ and Monday of the Ex Libris Knowledge Days is no longer possible.
  • The ELUNA Steering Committee extends ELUNA Member rates to IGeLU Members as a courtesy.

Developers Day Planning Committee

  • Nathan Mealey, Wesleyan University, Developers Day Planning Chair
  • Pam Anan, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Alex Cooper, Emory University
  • Edgar Garcia, Northwestern University
  • Margaret Heller, Loyola University Chicago
  • Allen Jones, New School
  • Jamen McGranahan, Vanderbilt University
  • Liam Toohey, American University
  • Margaret Briand Wolfe, Boston College