Generative AI in Libraries (GAIL) Call for Proposals

Generative AI in Libraries (GAIL) Call for Proposals


You are invited to submit a proposal for the inaugural Generative AI in Libraries (GAIL) virtual conference.


2024 Theme             Prompt or Perish: Navigating Generative AI in Libraries

Dates:                       June 11, 12, and 13, 2024

Times:                       1:00-4:00 pm EDT each day


GAIL is a virtual conference aimed specifically at librarians. This conference seeks to explore the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in libraries. It is also an opportunity for librarians to share their experiences with generative AI technologies and their applications in the library setting. The GAIL virtual conference aims to promote a deeper understanding of how generative AI can revolutionize library services like instruction, research support, collection management, access services, administration, outreach and collaboration, while also addressing the challenges and ethical considerations this new technology brings to libraries.   

We welcome submissions from librarians, researchers, educators, and practitioners working in libraries or related fields. Submissions are now being accepted for 15- or 45-minute presentationspanel discussions, or demonstrations on topics related to generative AI and its applications in and implications for libraries.


Submit a proposal here

  • Proposal submission deadline: April 1st
  • Notification of acceptance: May 1st


GAIL Conference website – To view more details


Registration details for attendees will be forthcoming.