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ACL represents librarians and institutions which serve the academic library community throughout the United States, Canada and worldwide. ACL members are primarily evangelical, Christian librarians who serve in accredited institutions of higher education, which offer a variety of liberal arts and theological curriculum.

Why exhibit at ACL?

Attendees of our ACL conference represent a variety of institutional administrators and library professionals that enable you to negotiate directly with those empowered to make financial decisions and commitments.

  • Attendees of the 2018 conference represented over 120 different institutions.
  • Exhibiting vendors will be assured of several hours of no-conflict access to approximately two hundred participants at various times between 10 am-4 pm.
  • Receive discounts on advertising in our conference notebook.
  • Increase exposure to attendees through sponsorship opportunities.


Is an exhibit at ACL a good fit for my company?

Most of the vendors at the ACL conference provide a good or service that is beneficial to libraries in higher education. Examples include: database providers, publishers, authors, library furniture, and library management software providers. The following is a partial list of some of our past vendors:

  • Emery-Pratt
  • Inter-Varsity Press
  • OCLC
  • ProQuest
  • Springshare
  • Steelcase Education
  • The Worden Company

Please contact April McKinion, Conference Manager, (937) 766-2255 or with any questions or for more information. Exhibit space is limited, so please give immediate consideration to this opportunity and submit your online registration form as soon as possible. Vendor registration deadline is April 15, 2019.



2019 Key Dates for Exhibiting

4/15 - Registration deadline & ad artwork due
5/29 - Materials may arrive at site
6/12 - Exhibits open
7/01 - List of attendees distributed

Sample Schedule

8:30-10 am  Exhibit set-up and registration
10-4 pm       Exhibits open
4-5:30 pm    Exhibit dismantling and closing