Register now to attend Joint Spring Conference!

Happy New Year KMLA Members!


Now is the time to submit your proposals and register for the first joint KLA/SLA/KMLA Spring Conference! We are very excited about this opportunity to share and learn with other Kentucky librarians! We encourage all of our KMLA members to attend this in-person conference.


Save the Date for KMLA Meeting


KMLA will hold our first meeting of the year on April 7, 2022 during the conference. It will be a hybrid meeting for those that are unable to attend in person.


Registration


Registration for the 2022 KLA/SLA/KMLA Joint Spring Conference is now open! The conference will take place in person at General Butler State Resort Park on April 6th - 8th. Register now at https://kla.memberclicks.net/2022jsc. One-day rates, student rates, and discounted rates for presenters are available!


Submit a Proposal


Don’t forget to also submit your proposal for a presentation, panel, lightning talk, or poster related to this year’s theme: “Resilient Librarians: Surviving to Thriving.” Topic ideas, proposal guidelines, and the proposal submission form can all be found here. Please consider sharing your knowledge, ideas, and experiences with your Kentucky colleagues; there is no conference without your contributions! The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, January 28th.


We can’t wait to see you at Joint Spring Conference!


Stephanie Henderson and Rebecca Morgan

(Joint Spring Conference Planning Committee KMLA Representatives)



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