Convening Culture Keepers is a series of networking and professional development opportunities with the goal of supporting the delivery of culturally relevant information services in the American Indian communities of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota. The initiative, which includes a series a series of seven mini-conferences and a regional institute, is produced through the collaborative efforts of the UW-Madison School of Library and Information Studies – Continuing Education Services (SLIS-CES) and regional tribal librarians, archivists, and museum curators. Learn more about the history of the Convening Culture Keepers.