ACRL MD will not be hosting it’s regularly scheduled meeting this Friday. April will be jam packed with opportunities to meet and learn together.
Friday, April 9th: Everyone’s an Advocate Spring Program
11am – 1pm
Dr. Lucy Holman will discuss what advocacy can look like in an academic library and participants will hear from library peers how crafting a supported and concise message can help you push for change, find funding and advocate for students, faculty and projects meaningful to you.
April 13-16: Ascending into An Open Future
ACRL 2021 features a mix of more than 300 semi-live and on-demand programs, interactive discussion groups, eye-popping posters, social wall, fun connections, prizes, and content access for 30 days. Several Maryland libraries are represented this year.
Friday, April 16th: Back 2 Library School Presentation
Allison Fischbach is the Research & Archives Associate at Towson University and a current MLIS candidate at UMD and will discuss the importance of email archiving, how it can benefit institutions, and some basic tools/steps for setting up your own email archiving practice. We’re still accepting presenters for 2021, submit you interest here.
Friday, April 23rd: MILEX Spring Conference
Digital Literacy and Identity: Implications for Equity and Social Justice in Library Instruction