LibLearnX will offerinnovative session design conceptson the program to help you learn, network, and find solutions.Participants can expectacombination ofdifferent formatsgeared towardhigher-level education conversation, hands-on interaction,andtrend-scanning information.
A learning experience and reflectionthat may take placeoutside of traditional classroom settings.
Focused, peer-to-peer conversations on the topics that matter most to the library community.
Action-based instruction that delves into specific methods, approaches, and opportunities.
Bite-sized, focused presentations with a goal of conveying a specific topic, idea, and includes key tangible takeaways.
An engagement proving ground, designed for creative collaboration and interactive learning within an exhibit space. Prepare for meaningful education and networking with exhibitors that will provide the newest titles, leading technology, and core services. Participants will develop new connections and engage in creative Ideas Xchange and ShopTalk sessions. You will be sure to walk away with resources, practical knowledge, and inspiration!
Be a part of this rewarding community service opportunity to bring your talent and time to the local community. This year, 826 New Orleans, an organization that “cultivates and supports the voices of young writers ages 6-18 through creative collaborations with schools and communities” has been selected as the location for the LibLearnX community service initiative. Preregistration is required (no onsite registration), and travel arrangements must be made to arrive in New Orleans by Thursday, January 26. Space is limited, so sign up early! Learn more.
Book & Media Awards
The Book & Media Awards will be streamed virtually on the LLX Studio stage. Annually, the year’s best in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, audiobook narration, reference materials and more, are hand-picked by our expert selection committees that work closely with adult readers. Their tireless efforts narrow down hundreds of finalists to curate the highly regarded “Best of” lists used by librarians, publishers, and booksellers nationwide.
The Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction recognizes the best fiction and nonfiction books for adult readers published in the U.S. in the previous year and serves as a guide to help adults select quality reading material. These annual awards reflect the expert judgment and insight of library professionals who work closely with adult readers.
I Love My Librarian Awards
Each year, the I Love My Librarian Award invites library users to recognize the accomplishments of exceptional public, school, college, community college, or university librarians. Ten librarians are selected in recognition of their outstanding public service.
LLX Digital Experience
A virtual presentation model that will offer attendees access to a specially-curated number of on-demand and live-streamed sessions, including the Opening and Closing sessions, the ALA Youth Media Awards, education sessions, five author speakers presenting on the LLX Studio stage, ALA Governance meetings, and the virtual presentation of the Book and Media Awards and Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction Awards. Registration will also include on-demand access to these sessions through February 28, 2023.
Youth Media Awards
Each year the American Library Association honors books, videos, and other outstanding materials for children and teens. Recognized worldwide for the high quality they represent, the ALA Youth Media Awards, including the prestigious Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, and Coretta Scott King Book Awards, guide parents, educators, librarians, and others in selecting the best materials for youth.
LibLearnX is a must-attend learning experience designed for library professionals from all library types and at all career levels.