We’re currently looking for presenters for our 2022 Annual Conference!
What projects, programs, or research have you done lately that you’ve learned from, are excited about, or just need to share?
We’re looking for librarians, archivists, students, support staff, and others across all types of libraries, archives, and museums to share your experience at our annual conference in October 2022.
Propose a full session, lightning talk, or poster for our poster session.
You may submit multiple proposals. The deadline is August 1, 2022.
If you have any questions regarding the recordings or the resources please email Rebecca Honsinger at email@example.com.
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.
Resources: Adrienne Wong, Debbie Reese, Loriene Roy