LLNJ Spring Membership Meeting 2023

Event Information
Event Type
Conferences/Membership Meetings
Event Category
LibraryLinkNJ Program/Service Overview

Online via Zoom

Target Audience

All LLNJ member library staff

Event Materials

LLNJ Spring Membership Meeting 2023

Organizational Updates, Keynote, & Business Meeting

You are invited to attend our Spring Membership Meeting to learn more about LibraryLinkNJ’s programs and services, our recent accomplishments, and our future plans. Our membership meeting is open to all member library staff, but space is limited and you must register. You don’t need to be a Voting Representative to attend.

Meeting Documents:
We will make all meeting documents available to the membership for review in a timely manner.

Notes for Voting Representatives

  • We can only accept online votes cast by voting reps, so your presence to vote is essential. Because the meeting is virtual, we will not be able to accommodate proxy voting. 
  • We should have you listed as the Voting Representative for your library or school district in our database.
  • You can double-check this status by going to the Voting Representative List.
  • Please complete the Voting Representative Update Form (user login required), if the information for your library needs to be updated.

The meeting will be recorded and will be made available for all LLNJ members to view.


Award-Winning Author Kyle Lukoff

Conversations We Should Be Having

Featuring Award-Winning Author
Kyle Lukoff

Kyle will share a keynote on the state of Intellectual Freedom from the perspective of an author of challenged and banned books. 

About the speaker: Kyle Lukoff is the author of many books for young readers. His debut middle-grade novel, Too Bright To See, received a Newbery honor, the Stonewall award, and was a National Book Award finalist. His picture book When Aidan Became A Brother also won the Stonewall, and his book Call Me Max has been banned in schools across the country. He has forthcoming books about apologies, vegetables, death, and lots of other topics. While becoming a writer he worked as a bookseller for ten years, and then nine more years as a school librarian. He hopes you're having a nice day.


Zoom Resources:

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Registration Information


  • It is open to all LibraryLinkNJ member library staff.
  • Registration is required as the meeting room capacity is limited to 500 participants.
  • Registration for the Membership Meeting is now closed. If you need any assistance, please contact us at Email.