Who should attend?
Any staff or faculty member of an AMICAL institution interested in libraries, technology and learning is eligible to attend. AMICAL Conference attendees usually include librarians, instructional technologists and designers, IT directors, faculty, and academic leadership. If the Call for Proposals and Program overview inspire you to join us and participate, that’s a good sign that this conference is for you.
Part of the event will be devoted to organizational discussions and to work on the projects of AMICAL’s committees. Members of those committees, as well as AMICAL’s institutional representatives, should therefore make every effort to be present.
Won’t be able to attend in person?
Plan to join us online:
- The keynotes and other selected sessions will be live streamed.
- We will also be including blended sessions where online participants can join in and discuss with our invited speakers.
Live streams and online sessions will be open to the public.
Not an AMICAL member?
A limited number of guest attendees can be accommodated, by invitation. If you have not been invited to register, contact us first, indicating how AMICAL and its mission relate to you and your institution.
How do I register?
Registration is closed
If you have any questions about your registration, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because our venue is smaller this year, our visiting attendees from AMICAL institutions outside Rome will be limited to about 75. About 45 of those spots will be reserved for AMICAL representatives and committee members. So be sure to register quickly!
What forms of financial support are available?
Thanks to grant support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, AMICAL offers several kinds of financial support for attendees from AMICAL member institutions.
Propose a session
The AMICAL Conference works because members seek to share with and learn from each other. Add your bit of wisdom or inquisitiveness to the program.
You’ve got a vision.
Propose a collaborative project planning session.
You’re awesome at something.
Help others learn a new skill or technique with a workshop.
You’ve figured something really useful out.
Present what you’ve learned from successes, from failures, and from challenges you’ve been facing.
You’ve got problems.
Ask for help from your colleagues, framing the question and discussion so that everyone gains by participating.
Deadline: 21 February