2016 MLA/DLA Annual Conference: ACRL MD Sessions!

Have you registered for the 2016 MLA/DLA Annual Conference?

ACRL MD is proud to sponsor 8 amazing sessions – this year’s MLA/DLA annual conference has someone for everyone!
Conference imageThe conference will be held May 4-6 at the Clarion Resort Hotel in Ocean City, MD.  For more information on the conference, please take a look at the conference program (PDF). To register, visit the MLA conference page. And follow along on social media at #MLADLA16

Between now and the 2016 MLA/DLA Conference, we’ll highlight each ACRL MD conference session. To kick things off, here’s a full list of the 8 sessions sponsored by ACRL MD.

Wednesday, May 4th (Preconference workshop)

Behind the Curtain: Revealing the power of Google Analytics – David Dahl, USMAI Consortium.

Thursday, May 5th

Engaging with Empathy to Unlock Community Connections – Kimberly Miller, Towson University

Unleashing Staff Potential: Professional Development Through Self-Directed Achievement – Beth Roszkowski & Megan Hunt, George Mason University

Act to the Future: Utilizing Scenario Planning to Shape a Strategic Plan – Christopher Lawton, Ashley Brewer & James Rhoades, Old Dominion University

Training the Trainers: Successful Reference Referral Training Using the READ Scale – Lisa Vassady, Radford University

Friday, May 6th

Turning Reflection into Action: Talking it Out, Making it Work – Mason Brown, Stephanie Margolin & Sarah Ward, Hunter College-CUNY

Making Connections with the One Button Studio – Michael English, Jason Byrd & Patricia West, George Mason University

Adjuncts: Valuable Assets When Planning to Enhance Student Success – Pamela Flinton, Goucher College

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