Applications have closed for: pre-conference workshops and the nomination-based financial support awards.
Who should attend
This event is open to AMICAL members, as well as individuals invited by the organizers.
We encourage staff and faculty of AMICAL institutions to attend if they are interested in the Conference theme or, more broadly, AMICAL’s mission of working together on libraries, technology and learning.
Attendees will include a broad cross-section of doers from member institutions, including: librarians (especially library directors and teaching librarians), faculty developers, disciplinary faculty, program chairs and coordinators, instructional technologists and designers, IT directors, and academic leadership.
The program overview, schedule of sessions and speaker list give you an idea of topics that will be addressed and some of the colleagues you’ll be able to interact with at this year’s conference.
Thanks to support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and this year’s sponsors, AMICAL offers several kinds of financial support for attendees from AMICAL member institutions.
If you aren’t able to attend in person…
Plan to join us online! The keynotes, as well as other sessions, will be livestreamed. We’ll announce details about how to participate online closer to the event.
If you’re 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.