Visit the Showcase
The Showcase features exhibits, sponsors, and helpful resources. Shop new books, find out where to study, and more!
Find out more about this year’s Annual Meeting host city, Harrisburg, PA.
This year’s meeting has programming for both virtual and in-person attendees!
- Virtual Program: the first three days, October 18-20, will present exclusively virtual sessions. Most of them will be recorded for asynchronous access that will be available about one day after they are recorded. Look for a few virtual or live-streamed sessions October 21-23, too!
- Harrisburg Program: We will then gather in-person on October 21–23 at the Hilton Harrisburg in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Some of the events from the in-person meeting will be live-streamed and/or recorded to be available to all meeting participants.
Want to print a program?
You can download this printable program, but note that it is not as current as the online hub. Please confirm essential details online.
Unlock the program
Anyone may view this entire program, including the Schedule and Showcase, but only registered, logged-in users will be able to access live and recorded sessions, presenters’ contact information, and participate in forums.
Your access to this platform is tied to your registration. It is NOT the same as the login you use to access the AFS Member Portal. Look for an email from AFS with your Annual Meeting Hub login information!
Can’t see the “Join Session” buttons? Log in!
Not yet registered?
Register today to ensure you have access when the annual meeting begins!
If you register after business hours, allow up to 12 hours between registering and gaining access to the platform.
If you’re having any issues with registration, program hub access, or anything else to do with this year’s annual meeting, you can email us for help.
During the meeting, AFS staff will monitor a help line: you can send us a text message for troubleshooting assistance. Look for the yellow text bubble icon that floats at the bottom of your right-hand scroll bar. (It looks like this!)