The AALL Annual Meeting provides so many opportunities to tackle current issues and share ideas and experiences — and we want to hear from you. Here are some great ways you can contribute:
Have you implemented an innovative program in your library? Perhaps you've created a set of best practices to apply in the workplace. Or maybe you'd like to share new classroom techniques, findings from a research project, or a practical problem-solving effort. Poster sessions have been a popular recent addition to our Annual Meeting offerings; this year's selections will again be on display in the exhibit hall – and your good idea could really benefit your Annual Meeting colleagues! Find more information and submit your proposal online
by April 15
Everybody knows that the Annual Meeting provides countless opportunities to network and learn from other colleagues – and here's one more. To keep the conversation flowing in Chicago, informal "Coffee Talk" discussions
will be held on Monday morning. Attendees can brainstorm, sound off, and share their challenges, experiences, and ideas, while strengthening ties to their professional community.
Got a burning question you'd like to ask? Maybe you'd like to pick your colleagues' brains about a new innovation. Wondering if anybody has dealt with the same situation you find yourself in now? We're looking for great table topics to keep you buzzing all day. Send your ideas to email@example.com
by May 15
and stay tuned for more details closer to the Annual Meeting.