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At LibLearnX, you'll participate in hands-on workshops, experience “bite-sized” learning events, and explore experiential learning — “learning by doing.” You'll find solutions to the issues your library and your community is facing. And you’ll bring back immediately actionable insights to your library.

Registrants will have access to the conference content until February 28, 2022.

Learn more about ALA member levels and rates.

Here's what library professionals are saying.

As my library system grows, the old ways that we served our community are beginning to not work so well. I want to find more inclusive ways to serve everyone in our community. I'm also newly a youth services supervisor, so I want to learn more so that I can empower my staff.

- Ensuring Equity When Program Planning

I teach 20-30 one shot instruction sessions per semester, and I have tried to incorporate elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion into each session. This session seems like a great opportunity to learn about what others are doing well and will let me take that information and immediately apply it to my own teaching.

- One Shot Instructions, Anti-Racism, and Information Literacy Pedagogies

During 2020 with the COVID pandemic, almost every parent became a homeschooler. Although we had many materials for assignments, etc., I did not feel that we adequately addressed the curriculum needs of homeschoolers. We are looking to expand our workbooks and curriculum, so this session may give us guidance to do it in a comprehensive manner.

- All Learners Welcome, Serving At Home Learners and Homeschoolers at Your Library

We are seeing the lowest reading scores in our school in a very long time. Because my state has implemented a new law that will require 3rd graders to read on level or be retained, our school is constantly looking for ways to improve reading. This session sounds like it has a unique approach to literacy.

- Reading in a Small Town: A Grade-Level Reading Project

There are MANY sessions I'm interested in attending, but as a newer youth services librarian in a new state in a new library (1 year old today), I'm trying to find more ways to acknowledge the large-scale fatigue, trauma, and isolation that many families and children in my community are experiencing. Incorporating small, consistent practices in my regular programming--and information/advice on how to do so will help.

- Creating Mindful Moments During Story Time

I love the idea of using technology for the power of good AND I firmly believe in the essential, critical need for digital literacy, as our society puts more and more info, opportunities, etc, solely online. This session sounds like an incredibly practical and timely approach, and I can't wait to hear more!

- New Challenges – and Solutions! – for Technology Skilling and Workforce Programming



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12/1/21 - 1/24/22

ALA Member $189


Student ALA Member $99


Gift a Registration

Support an ALA Member to attend LLX.  At registration, check the box "Gift a Registration" and ALA will select and apply your generous gift to a member wanting to attend LibLearnX. If you’ve already registered, you can easily edit your registration.

In need of registration support?

Apply for a Registration Scholarship to attend LLX generously gifted by an ALA Member.

The number of registrations awarded is dependent on the number of gifts. Members receiving the complimentary registrations will be notified no later than January 7, 2022.


Group Registration

If you’d like to register a group of members, ALA is offering a Register 5 People and get 1 Free Registration option. To register a group, begin by signing in with the first person you’d like to register, then check the "Add Another" button on the Review Information page to add each subsequent registrant. Learn more on the FAQ page.

Registration Edits and Cancellation Policy

If you need to make an edit or add to your registration, please visit the dashboard found in your confirmation email. If you need additional assistance or cannot locate your confirmation, please email

Registration cancellations must be sent to by Friday, January 7, 2022. There will be a handling fee of $50 for each registration canceled and no cancellation refunds will be offered after January 7, 2022.

Letter of Attendance

The letter can be accessed through your dashboard from your registration confirmation and will be emailed immediately following the event. If you cannot access your confirmation please contact

ALA Virtual Code of Conduct

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