American Library Association
The Library of Congress offers presentations, demonstrations, and consultations at its pavilion on the exhibit floor of every American Library Association (ALA) conference—the ALA Midwinter Meeting each January and the ALA Annual Conference each June. In addition, many Library of Congress managers and program staff make presentations at various events during the ALA conferences. This website contains information about the Library's participation, schedules for presentations at the booth and during events, and the bi-annual "update" document that outlines the Library’s accomplishments and initiatives of interest to the library community.
The Library of Congress at the 2019 ALA Midwinter Meeting
Library of Congress employees spoke or otherwise represented the Library at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington, January 24-29, 2019. An archive of presentations and activities at this conference are represented here.
The Library of Congress at the 2018 ALA Annual Conference
Library of Congress employees spoke or otherwise represented the Library at the American Library Association Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, June 21-26, 2018. An archive of presentations and activities at this conference are represented here.
Archive of ALA Update Documents
Every six months, the Library compiles an update on its many activities and projects during that period. An archive of past presentations is available here.