Annual Conference



Thank You for Attending our 2021 Annual Conference!


Did you miss the conference but still want to watch the sessions? Use the link below to find our YouTube Playlist!


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You can view resources related to these sessions below.


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2021 Virtual Poster Sessions


Emotional Labor in School Librarianship: An Exploratory Analysis

How Do Public Library Boards Work?: An Exploratory Study

How Libraries Help Make Your Data Management as Easy as Pie

Just a Day on the Computer Desk at the Library

Social Justice and Critical Librarianship Initiatives in Academic Libraries

The Importance of Digitization Within a Small Repository

The Intersectional Disability Community Profile

True Value: Calculating and Communicating the Value of Library Labor

Using Anonymous Pre-Instruction Surveys to Connect With (and Learn About) Your Students

We Can Do Better: Analysis of Social Justice in Library Professional Standards



Land Acknowledgement:

We would like to begin this conference by acknowledging that we all work and live on the traditional territories of Indigenous Peoples. Take a moment to explore the map, identify the land you are on, languages spoken, and treaties that affect the area.

We also acknowledge that we are using equipment and high-speed internet, not available in many Indigenous communities. These technologies leave carbon footprints, contributing to changing climates that disproportionately affect Indigenous people worldwide. To that end, we can support the 2021 National Tribal Broadband Strategy & the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment.

Additional suggested places to donate related to this conference include the American Indian College FundThe National Indian Education Association and the American Indian Library Association.

Resources: Adrienne Wong, Debbie Reese, Loriene Roy