2019 AzLA Annual Conference

Theme: Libraries = Strong, Sustainable Communities

When: November 7- 8, and 9*, 2019

Where: Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona

* AzLA will be hosting a half-day of workshops at the Flowing Wells Library in Tucson on Saturday, November 9th, geared toward school and public librarians (PK-12 grade).


Dorothy Stoltz the Director of Community Engagement at the Carroll County Public Library in

Westminster, Maryland and author of several books, most recently Transform and Thrive: Ideas to

Invigorate Your Library and Your Community (2018).

With these additional opportunities for AzLA Members only:

1. An E-Resource Fair* on Wednesday November 6 at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library in downtown Tucson. This is from 8:00am to 5:00pm and includes demonstrations led by major E-Resource providers and affords members an opportunity to speak one-on-one with these providers.

2. School Librarian and Educator Forum** on Saturday at the Flowing Wells Library in Tucson from 8:30am to 2:00pm. This features presentations most meaningful to elementary and secondary education information specialists.

*Members will learn soon of how to register for the E-Resource Fair. It is limited by room size to just 125 AzLA Members.

**The full conference rate to the Nov. 7-8 conference includes the Saturday School Librarian and Educator Forum at Flowing Wells. You may also purchase a One Day Conference Pass to attend the School Librarian and Educator Forum in addition to one day of the Annual Conference.