MiALA Annual Conference Call for Posters!
Grounded and Growing
The need to grow and change is a constant for libraries as we respond and adapt to our evolving academic environments. As we celebrate 5 years of MiALA and look towards the future of the organization, we will explore the ways academic libraries are initiating and managing change, not just redefining and reevaluating, but growing from a place that is grounded in our strengths and aligned with community needs. How do we continue what is working and critically examine and pivot from what is not?
MiALA invites you and your colleagues to submit poster proposals for the 5th annual conference to be held May 14-15, 2020 at Ferris State University. Participation from librarians, library staff, LIS students, and administrators from all types of academic libraries is encouraged. MiALA membership is not required to submit a proposal. We welcome proposals on any topic related to academic libraries, including, but not limited to:
|Assessment and Evaluation||Best Practices||Budgets|
|Cataloging and Metadata||Collections||Critical Librarianship|
|Distance or Online Learning||Education and Curriculum||Electronic Resources|
|Fine Arts||Health Sciences||Instruction and Information Literacy|
|Leadership||Michigan Alma||Mid-Level Management|
|Open Educational Resources||Outreach||Research Services or Reference|
|Technical Services||Technology||User Experience|
|Web Development and Design|
****Prior to submitting your proposal, please review the information provided on the Poster Session Guidelines page.****
Please submit your poster proposal using the application form located here by February 21, 2020. The primary contact listed on each proposal will receive a message indicating receipt of the proposal when it is submitted and decisions on proposals will be communicated to the primary contact by Friday, March 13, 2020.
Questions about proposals can be sent to David Scott DavidScott@ferris.edu. Questions about the conference in general can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.