Where will ACRL be next? Check out our listing of upcoming conferences and events below and make plans to attend!
April 10-13, 2019, Cleveland, OH
ACRL 2019 features more than 500 conference programs selected and presented by leaders in the profession. ACRL invites you to share your research and creative endeavors with your colleagues at ACRL 2019. The Call for Participation is now available, and early bird registration opens in May 2018!
Where will we be after Cleveland? Check out our future conference lineup.
The theme for the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section 2019 Conference is Response and Responsibility: Special Collections and Climate Change. The archives and special collections library communities – as part of the global community – face prospective major shifts in our energy systems, economic models, and literal landscapes. Current and predicted impacts associated with climate change offer highly varied and unpredictable effects on our collections, collecting, facilities, services, funding, users, communities, and professional lives. This conference invites attendees and the broader archives and special collections communities to a candid and forward-looking conversation about our work in the era of climate change.
Join ACRL in Seattle for the 2019 ALA Midwinter Meeting! With high quality sessions, discussion forums, and pre-Midwinter institutes, you'll have plenty of opportunities to learn from and engage with experts in the field. Check back for the full schedule of events, coming soon.
Today's shifting academic information landscape provides many challenges and opportunities for librarians to become change agents for campus-wide initiatives and competencies. As we educate and inspire diverse communities of scholars, librarians are encouraged to seek and explore collaborative opportunities that arise at the intersections of scholarly communication and information literacy. This interactive workshop will empower participants to leverage the intersections of scholarly communication and information literacy in order to develop education and outreach initiatives that address the aspirations and needs of scholars, students, and researchers at their institutions.
2019 Immersion Program
July 28-August 2, 2019 | Chicago
The ACRL Information Literacy Program is an intensive, five day program designed for those who contribute to the educational role of libraries in higher education. The curriculum is built upon four cornerstones: critical reflective practice, design thinking, leadership, and information literacy. Participants will engage with common readings, provocative questions, theoretical foundations, and practical tools, both before and during the program, that will enable them to think critically about and apply new insights to their instructional practice, broadly defined. Immersion '19 will be held at Loyola University Chicago, July 29-August 2, 2019. Complete details coming soon!