A Big Thank You to MLA ’11 Sponsors
The Medical Library Association (MLA) and the 2011 National Program Committee thank the MLA ’11 sponsors whose generous financial support will enrich the MLA annual meeting experience for attendees.
MLA ’11 will be held May 13–18, 2011, in Minneapolis, MN. About 2,000 colleagues will attend to learn, share, and network through plenary sessions, continuing education courses, paper and poster sessions, and exhibits.
Many longtime supporters of MLA annual meetings have contributed again this year to help make MLA ’11 a success: Elsevier will sponsor the ever-popular Internet Café, and EBSCO Information Services will sponsor Sunday’s John P. McGovern Award Lecture with Clay Shirky. Thomson Reuters will sponsor the new online meeting scheduler with mobile access and the meeting tote bags. For the second year, UpToDate will support MLA’s Tuesday evening reception, the MLA Awards Ceremony and Luncheon, and the Chapter Council Presents Chapter Sharing Roundtables Luncheon. Wolters Kluwer Health | Ovid will again sponsor badge lanyards.
McGraw-Hill will sponsor the relaxation station in the Hall of Exhibits to help attendees relax between sessions.
MLA thanks the American Medical Association for sponsoring the first-ever Tuesday tweet-up in the bar, BMJ Publishing, for sponsoring the Monday morning break in the Hall of Exhibits, CyberTools for Libraries for sponsoring the list of attendees, Logical Images for sponsoring the “Program-at-a-Glance,” and the New England Journal of Medicine for sponsoring the international visitors reception.
MLA, the 2011 National Program Committee, and MLA ’11 attendees gratefully acknowledge the following supporters:
MLA, a nonprofit, educational organization, comprises health sciences information professionals with more than 4,000 members worldwide. Through its programs and services, MLA provides lifelong educational opportunities, supports a knowledgebase of health information research, and works with a global network of partners to promote the importance of quality information for improved health to the health care community and the public.
For more information, please contact Ray Naegele, firstname.lastname@example.org, 312.419.9094 x17.
Medical Library Association
Last Updated: 2011 April 20