There are dozens of LIS affiliated attendees and presenters at ACRL’s biennial conference.

First year LIS student Ariana Cook was awarded an ACRL 2023 Conference Scholarship.

Current students Emma Brown and Marissa Caico are presenting a Round Table: Ensuring Strong Research for the Future of Librarianship: The Importance of LIS Graduate Assistantships.

Ph.D. student Jeongbae Choi will be presenting a poster session titled “Changing Landscape of Information Literacy: A Literature Review from 2013 to 2022.”

Alumni presenting Lightning Talks and Round Tables are Deb Bauder (First-Gen Students in the Library Classroom: Identifying and Meeting Their Unique Challenges), Amy Gay (Community Building for Digital Scholarship in Social, Physical, and Virtual Spaces), Kim Hoffman (Making DEI our Daily Work: Conversations around Building Sustainable DEI Practices), and Heather Owen (On the Hunt for Data: Analyzing the ACRL Framework for Data Literacy).

Online adjunct Lorin Jackson is presenting the “Quiet Quitting” & BIPOC Academic Librarians Round Table.

A team of four online adjuncts Amanda Albert, Tamika Barnes, Rebecca Waltz, and Anne Zald are presenting a panel titled “Cultivating Our Future Colleagues: How Librarians as Library School Adjuncts Support Curricula” to discuss how they worked with Megan Oakleaf to redesign and improve a core course. 

Dr. Megan Oakleaf is co-presenting a workshop “Assessment for Equity: Reimagining and Retooling Assessment Practices for Inclusion and Improvement” as well as a panel, “Mind Melds: Forging Conceptions of Library Value Across Library and Institutional Leadership.”