Every autumn since 2010 Library Journal and School Library Journal have presented an all-day, all-virtual learning event devoted to technology and libraries. This year we have reimagined the event as TechKnowledge: Creating Equity Through Technology and focused attention on how the nation’s libraries and library staff can and do support equity and inclusion within and among our libraries’ diverse communities.

Register for the October 18, 2017 Tech Knowledge Conference from Library Journal.

TechKnowledge is a complimentary virtual conference: no traveling costs, no accommodation costs, no attendance fees. ALL CONTENT. It’s a must for anyone who has a role in their public, academic, or school library setting.

This event will deliver the most relevant and up-to-the-minute content to help drive libraries and stakeholders into a pro-active future, user-centric future.

We are pleased to highlight programs created and curated by our event partners:

  • Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L)
  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • Knight Foundation – Knight News Challenge: Libraries

Join us to explore emerging technologies, service models, innovative programming, new ways of sparking learning and active engagement while building access and assuring inclusion. Four high content learning tracks for and from libraries of all types—school, academic, and public—will be offered in key areas.

Registration is free and includes access to the event archives, on-demand, including all presentations, information and handouts from the conference.

By registering for this conference, you are agreeing that Library Journal/School Library Journal may share your registration information with sponsors currently shown and future sponsors of this event.

Keynote Presenters include:

Jim Neal Marnie Webb Shahid Buttar Alan S. Inouye
Jim Neal,
President, American Library Association (ALA)
Marnie Webb,
CEO, Caravan Studios;
a division of TechSoup
Shahid Buttar,
Director of Grassroots and Student Outreach, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Alan S. Inouye,
Director of Public Policy,
American Library
Association (ALA)