Professional Growth And Development Opportunities

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For more details, including event locations and descriptions, click the event names above or see the complete list on the ARL website.

We look forward to seeing you in Denver!



ARL News also notes that “the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) are offering a symposium to increase understanding and capacity among academic and research library professionals for creating healthy organizations with diverse, equitable, and inclusive climates. The Symposium for Strategic Leadership in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will be held May 10–11, 2018, at the the Marquette Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with a possible pre-conference on May 9…

The Symposium for Strategic Leadership in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will provide actionable information and tools for library and archive leaders to take back to their organizations and help develop authentically inclusive environments, where people from underrepresented and marginalized groups can thrive and succeed. Additionally, this symposium will strengthen the community of practice around diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic and research libraries and archives.

Who Should Attend?

The primary audience for this event is human resources, organizational development, and other professionals in academic and research libraries and archives who have leadership responsibilities for institutional or campus diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts…

For More Information

To learn when registration for this symposium opens, watch the ARL website, follow ARL on Facebook or Twitter, or subscribe to the ARL email news lists.


Date: January 10, 2018;
Time: 01:00pm – 02:30pmAnnotation tools can be of tremendous value to students and to scholars. Such support for collaboration can add tremendous value to the information that’s being accessed by those user populations. What is the current state of the art?  This event will bring together input from content and platform providers as well as those who are actively seeking to use those tools, whether in the library or the classroom.
Confirmed SpeakersKent Anderson, CEO, Redlink; Heather Staines, Director of Partnerships, Hypothesis; Robert Sanderson, Information Architect, J. Paul Getty Trust