ACRL, Maryland Chapter

The official blog of the Maryland Chapter of ACRL

2012 Conference Highlights: Studies in Socialization

We hope you’ve enjoyed this round-up of the sessions that ACRL MD is sponsoring at the 2012 MLA/DLA Joint Conference — which starts on Wednesday! If you’re attending a pre-conference workshop or will just be arriving on Wednesday afternoon or evening, we hope you’ll consider joining us at our first-ever conference happy hour. Librarians of all types are welcome to come (and of course feel free to bring your partner if he or she is joining you to enjoy Ocean City in the off-season). For more information on the conference, please take a look at the conference program (PDF).

Studies in Socialization: The Effects of Wine and Cheese on Networking Outcomes
Wednesday, May 9
5:30-7pm

Get your conference started right! Come join ACRL MD, the academic division of MLA, for an evening of food, drinks and networking. Prepare for Battledecks over a cocktail or two while socializing with colleagues from across the state. Learn more about ACRL MD, its members, and its initiatives. Librarians of all varieties are invited and encouraged to stop by – the more, the merrier. ACRL MD’s first ever conference happy hour will take place at Liquid Assets, just a short walk from the conference hotel.

We’ll provide some hors d’oeuvres, and there will be a cash bar with specials. If you’re planning to attend and you haven’t already done so, please RSVP (we just need a rough idea of how much food to order). You can do so through the Facebook event or by contacting Natalie Burclaff.

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