ACRL-MD Call for Proposals for MLA/DLA 2016 Annual Conference

ACRL-MD Call for Proposals

Deadline: August 31, 2015, 11:59pm

Maryland Library Association & Delaware Library Association 2016 Annual Conference
Ocean City, MD, May 4-6, 2016.

Conference theme… Libraries: Unlocking Potential.

What’s the key to your success? What potential plans will you implement this academic year? There is so much potential here! Do you have a multi-year plan in the making, or is there something you’ve just started to put together? Consider innovative potential in the library profession and unique keys to effective library services. ACRL-MD encourages you to share your ideas with colleagues by submitting a proposal for a presentation at the 2016 Joint Conference of Maryland Library Association and Delaware Library Association!

ACRL-MD, the academic libraries division of MLA, is accepting conference proposals until August 31st.

Standard conference sessions (~ 1 hour), and extended sessions (~2 hours) will be offered. Exact program length will depend on conference schedule. The programs are scheduled throughout the day on Thursday and on Friday morning. The full- and half-day pre-conference workshops will be held on Wednesday, May 4.

Many sessions sponsored by the ACRL MD are relevant not only for academic librarians but also for our colleagues in other areas of librarianship. For information on recent topics, please take a look prior programming.

Submit your proposal!

Proposals for concurrent sessions are due by 11:59pm on Monday, August 31. Conference proposals will undergo a double blind peer-review.  If you have any questions about the conference itself or this CFP, please contact Claire Holmes ( | 410-704-3795).

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