The Online Library Conference

October 9-11, 2024

Experience three phenomenal days engaging with other public library professionals. Learn from inspiring speakers, attend interactive sessions, and make new and lasting connections.

Top Reasons to Attend

The BiblioCon Online Public Library Conference brings together public libraries and BiblioCommons experts in UX, product, and online engagement for interactive sessions and collaborative discussions. Conference attendees can learn online experience best practices and have the opportunity to engage with public library peers.

Exclusively for Public Libraries

While all types of libraries have similarities, many challenges, goals, and topics are unique to public libraries, and BiblioCon is here to cover them.

Two Days of Sessions

Learn from public library staff and leaders that are experts in creating unforgettable, fresh, and engaging experiences for patrons and library staff.

Theme-Based Tracks

Stick to one track or hop around to learn the latest marketing and strategy tips, public service online ideas, and pointers on how to best use the BiblioCommons suite of products and services.

Make New Connections

Magic happens when we come together! Make new connections with other public library staff who share the same passions you do.


Day 1: Any public library staff interested in the online patron experience.

Day 2: Public library staff who have implemented a BiblioCommons product, are in process of implementing, or considering BiblioCommons services.

Day 3: Office Hours with BiblioCommons product experts: Exclusive to libraries subscribing to BiblioCommons products.


Registration is complimentary but limited to five attendees per library. If your library would like to send more than five people, please email  

Registration is limited to those who can attend the live event. If library staff can't attend the live conference but would like access to the conference sessions, they can sign up for session recordings.

Who Normally Attends BiblioCon?

BiblioCon attendees include library directors, web managers and content developers, marketing and communications directors and staff, IT directors and staff, ILS managers, public service staff, readers' advisory experts, and BiblioCommons team members.

Since BiblioCommons services many different departments, we encourage attendees from anywhere within the public library space to participate. Even if your library doesn't currently subscribe to BiblioCommons, we're honored to partner with some of the most innovative public libraries in the world, and anyone who works at a public library is welcome to attend BiblioCon '24.

Last Year's Theme: Driving and Measuring Community Impact

BiblioCon '23 highlighted ways that public libraries are making a difference in their communities by creating online patron experiences that are diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible. However, true impact doesn't stop there. While it's essential to qualitatively acknowledge community benefits, more and more libraries want to measure results by looking at data and metrics—and use their findings to drive decisions and strategies. Together, conference speakers and attendees explored ways to create welcoming online experiences while also gauging the efficacy of their activities, and sharing their measurable results with their communities, boards, and cities.

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