All proposals will be evaluated on each of the following nine criteria:
Advocacy; Equity, Diversity & Inclusion; Information Policy: Professional and Leadership Development
Please note that all submissions require a minimum of one contact person and one content leader (final names of speakers and moderators are not required at the time of submission but are recommended). For more details on the submission requirements, please view the LibLearnX Program Submission Information Packet.
4. Is there a rubric I can view with criteria on how proposals will be scored?
Please view the Proposal Review Guidelines Rubric. It describes the criteria required to receive a high proposal submission score. Carefully review the rubric and keep it available for reference when creating your proposal. Jury members will be using the rubric to review proposals and score submissions.
5. Do you offer any tips for writing a program proposal?
LibLearnX will offer innovative session design concepts on the program to help participants to learn, network, and find solutions. The following formats are geared toward higher-level education conversation, hands-on interaction, and trend-scanning information.
Ideas Xchange Sessions
Focused, peer-to-peer conversations on the topics that matter most to the library community.
Learning Lab Sessions
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.
A learning experience and reflection that may take place outside of traditional classroom settings.
LibLearnX is a must-attend learning experience designed for library professionals from all library types and at all career levels.