“The Reach and Limits of International Law to Solve Today’s Challenges.” Seeking a more nuanced assessment of the role of international law in the world today, and the often incremental way in which it interacts, effects change, and succeeds – or fails – as a tool to address real-world global problems. Speakers include Kim Land Scheppele of Princeton University and Justice Manuel José Cepeda Espinosa, a member of the High Level Panel of Experts on Media Freedom. Other keynote speakers include Sir Christopher Greenwood of the Iran-US Claims Tribunal; Gillian Triggs of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees; and Patricia Viseur Sellers of the Office of the Prosecutor of the ICC.
” Who is Afraid of Library Power? Empowering Citizens for a Democratic and Sustainable Society.”
A rich program is offered, balancing theoretical issues and careful attention to library practices, with a variety of voices from civil society, as well as (library) professionals, panel sessions and plenty of opportunities for interaction. The bottom line of the conference, and its most resonant message, is that libraries are not self-referential institutions; they do not work in isolation. They reflect the needs of the communities they serve. We need stronger libraries if we want a Europe that is stronger, cohesive and closer to its citizens. Speakers include Claude D. Conter, Director of the National Library Luxembourg; Patrick Engelberg, Permanent Representative of Luxembourg to the Council of Europe; and Matjaz Gruden, Director of the Division Democratic Participation, Council of Europe.
“Treat Yourself! Revitalizing Your Teaching, Research, Engagement, Advocacy, and Teamwork.”
A Next Library event is an international gathering of forward-thinking library professionals, innovators and decision-makers who are pushing boundaries and making changes that support learning in the 22nd century.
Hybrid joint conference, Special Libraries Association and Medical Libraries Association.
“Looking Back, Forging Ahead.”
The 2023 Teaching the Teachers Conference: Beginners’ Bootcamp will focus on evidence-based instructional strategies and instructional design for newer-to-teaching law librarians. Attendees will get an introduction to cognitive theory, backward design, and assessment creation and will have substantial time to work on materials for their classes under the guidance of a mentor and other experienced legal research instructors. Attendance is limited to 24 participants, with application required by January 16, 2023.
ALIA Information Online provides the platform as a meeting point for all Library and Information professionals, from all sectors and all areas of Australia and the international community.
“Information Everywhere.” Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) addresses the changing and challenging environment for libraries and information systems and services in the digital world. LIDA is an international biennial conference that brings together researchers, educators, students, practitioners, and developers from all over the world in a forum for personal exchanges, discussions, and learning, made easier by being held in memorable environs.
“IRL – Innovation, Research, Leadership.” Finding new ways to do traditional tasks; building confidence and competence in our staff and clients; issues in management, strategy, and helping our organizations.