This session will be an opportunity for a lively, interactive discussion among academic librarians from every AMICAL institution to dialogue about the future of our respective libraries in different forms. It will focus on all the changes and challenges that we have individually or collectively encountered over the past few years at our institutions with regards to the pandemic, while also examining our present circumstances as a result of that, and then taking a look at what is to come in the future. We will examine how our past circumstances have shaped our current models for library services, technologies, and practices in a post-pandemic world (including instruction, reference, collection development, marketing/outreach, etc.) and discuss what our priorities will be in the future, given our past and current lessons learned. Areas of discussion could also center around budgets, current resources, staffing situations, our global and local economic situations, etc. AMICAL members will not only think about the changing priorities at their own institutions, but they will have a chance to dialogue, discuss, and share information and ideas across libraries with one another on this topic. They may even formulate potential project collaboration ideas for the future, as a result of interacting with one another at this session and discovering common interests, ideas, and challenges that one or more institutions faces in the consortium. This could include formed partnerships to co-author book chapters and other publications as well.