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, faculty, instructional technologists and designers, IT directors, and academic leadership.
This year we’ll give special focus to partnerships between librarians, faculty and faculty developers, and to related partnerships around digital pedagogy, digital scholarship, and information literacy. But if the program and schedule inspires 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.
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.
How do I register?
The period of open registration has passed. (The deadline was 16 March.)
There may still be space available for registration, subject to the following conditions:
- registration is subject to available space: we will confirm your registration whether your registration can be accepted within 2 weeks of submitting your form, but we may decline your registration if we no longer have seating based on our auditorium capacity.
- all costs, including full registration fee and hotel, would be the responsibility of the attendee.
To request a submission for late registration, email us at email@example.com
Won’t be able to attend in person?
Plan to join us online! We’ll announce more details about how to participate online soon.
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.