Join us at the 2016 NJLA Conference!

You are all invited to join together for the 2016 Annual NJLA Conference on May 16-18 at Harrah's Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City, NJ!

Register today for the 2016 NJLA Conference! Early bird rates end April 15, 2016. All registrations must be submitted online; please see this form for payment options and other details. To take advantage of all offered events and to enhance your overall Conference experience, find details about Harrah's and overnight accommodations here.

Together, NJLA and NJASL invites librarians, all types of library workers, and supporters and vendors to participate in engaging discussion, thoughtful workshops and presentations, networking and professional development during this three-day conference. On this website, you'll find information for professional and paraprofessional staff, Board of Trustee members, Friends volunteers, and other Conference participants. Vendors, nonprofits and potential sponsors are invited to take a look at the Exhibitors tab for registration forms and further information about participating in and supporting our association's signature continuing education opportunity.

Questions? Email the NJLA Conference Committee at using subject line "NJLA 2016 Question," or contact the New Jersey Library Association Office directly at

2016 NJLA Sponsorship Benefits

Find information about opportunities to benefit your organization and support ours under Exhibits, including guidelines for sponsorship, buying advertising, mailing labels, and more. Register today! Early Bird deadline for reserving space at the 2016 Conference is April 1, 2016.

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Featured Speakers for 2016 Conference

President's Program

All are invited to kick-off the full conference program by joining us at a special event on Monday, May 16 at 6:00 p.m. hosted by NJLA President James Keehbler featuring Stanley Newman. Stanley Newman has been the editor of the Newsday Daily Crossword since January 1992. Today, the Newsday Crossword is syndicated worldwide to over 200 daily, Sunday and Internet newspapers. As a puzzle solver, he holds the world’s record, set in 1996 under Guinness Book conditions, for the fastest completion of a New York Times crossword: 2 minutes, 14 seconds. He is the author or editor of more than 150 books of crosswords and word games, as well as the memoir/instructional manual Cruciverbalism and 15,003 Answers: The Ultimate Trivia Encyclopedia.