LIRT offers the perfect opportunity to get involved in library instruction issues at the national level. Lots of opportunities exist for committee volunteers. Becoming a LIRT member is a great way to meet others interested in instruction. Membership in the Library Instruction Round Table is open to any ALA member.
At Conferences You Can --
- Attend Bites with LIRT lunches at Midwinter and Annual Conferences;
- Participate in the Discussion Forums held at Midwinter Conferences;
- Attend the LIRT Annual Conference Program.
- Volunteer (must login to your ALA account to volunteer) for a committee appointment;
- Attend All Committees' Meeting;
- Attend Other ALA instruction related meeting, programs, and events:
Between Conferences You Can --
- Visit and bookmark the Web site at http://www.ala.org/lirt;
- Subscribe to the LIRT-L listserv;
- Receive the LIRT Newsletter and read featured columns:
- Tech Talk
- Member A-LIRT
- Top 20 Library Instruction Articles
- Read and use ALA/LIRT publications such as :
To Join LIRT --
- Select LIRT from the round table section when submitting your ALA membership application or renewal form.
- You may also print out this form and send it with a check or money order to:
Member Relations Services
American Library Association
Library Instruction Round Table
225 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1300
Chicago, IL 60601
LIRT Membership Dues --
ALA Personal Members $15 ALA Institutional Members $25
A round table is a membership unit established to promote a field of librarianship not within the scope of any single division. Although it cannot commit the Association by and declaration of policy, a round table may recommend policy and action to other units. Members of ALA may join those round tables for which they are eligible by payment of the specific dues. (ALA Bylaws, Article VII).