LHRT (Library History Round Table)

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The mission of the Library History Round Table (LHRT) is to encourage research and publication on library history and promote awareness and discussion of historical issues in librarianship.

Learn more about LHRT on the ALA website.

Kick off 2023 with ALA's new conference

  • 1.  Kick off 2023 with ALA's new conference

    Posted Jan 12, 2023 12:24 PM

    LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience is back, and this time it's happening in person and in New Orleans, January 27-30, 2023!

    At ALA's newest conference offering, the focus is on innovative learning. You'll have access to more than 120 education sessions on a variety of topics presented in formats to match your individual learning style and objectives.

    Personally, I'm looking forward to the short, information packed, 20 minute Shop Talks which fit both my TikTok affected attention span and love of being introduced to lots of different things at once.

    Find a style and topic that resonates with you in the full list of sessions on the LibLearnX website.

    Also at LibLearnX, you can celebrate with colleagues at award ceremonies; hear from authors and thought leaders; and interact with trend-setting exhibitors-all the exciting features you can always count on at ALA conferences. And there will be plenty of opportunities to recharge and connect with friends new and old.

    Register before January 15 to save and join us in this exciting experience.

    We hope to see you there!



    Can't join us in New Orleans? The LLX Digital Experience is a virtual option that offers live and on-demand access to a specially curated selection of sessions.


    Lessa Kanani'opua Pelayo-Lozada
    ALA President, 2022-2023
    Adult Services Assistant Manager, Palos Verdes Public Library