The New Jersey Library Association sponsors a variety of forums, meetings and professional development opportunities, including the annual spring Conference. The purpose of these events is to provide NJ librarians and library workers with opportunities to learn, connect and grow, which we believe to have a positive impact on the development and improvement of libraries throughout the state.
NJLA does not tolerate harassment of members, attendees, staff, venue workers, speakers or other participants at any meetings or events we sponsor. In accordance with NJLA’s core values, we recognize a shared responsibility to create and maintain an environment based on mutual respect and free of harassment for the benefit of all. Read the full NJLA Code of Conduct.
Individuals reporting code violations may choose to remain anonymous; however, please be advised that the more detailed information provided in the report, the better NJLA can address the violation. NJLA staff, Association Officers, or Event/Meeting conveners who learn of code violations are responsible for submitting a record of the violation within 24 hours. Reports of code violations will be monitored and addressed by the NJLA Executive Board Organization Subcommittee and shared with the Executive Director, NJLA President, other NJLA leaders, and/or legal counsel as appropriate.