Want to Write for LibTech Insights?

A call for contributors

Are you interested in writing about your research or experience in the world of library and educational technology? We’d love to hear from you!

As LibTech Insights approaches its first anniversary, we are looking to expand our contributor base to keep our content diverse and fresh. We have published broadly on topics such as generative AI, user experience, instruction, accessibility, digital collections, productivity, common software, digital literacies, and more. Blog posts run the gamut from tutorials, reviews, case studies, reading lists, and beyond. Our contributors include both experts in their fields and newcomers with some research or project experience alike. Our goal is to publish content for academic librarians and related professionals at all levels, so we welcome a variety of perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds. 

We offer writers flexible deadlines and a monetary payment for their contributions. We accept both one-off and regular contributions.

If you have any questions or are eager to write a piece (or more) for LTI, please contact Daniel Pfeiffer at dpfeiffer@ala.org. We look forward to hearing from you!