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Get a Sneak Peek at Contributed Content for MLA ’22!

The National Program Committee has accepted the following immersion sessions and papers to be presented at MLA '22: Reconnect, Renew, Reflect. Some topics include . . .

  • Cultivating member engagement
  • Envisioning the new normal
  • Improving accessibility
  • Pitfalls in conducting research
  • Understanding and applying critical theory in library practice

. . . but there is so much more. Get a sneak peek at the full list of sessions and papers here.

Plan to attend engaging immersion sessions while at MLA ’22 that incorporate active learning beyond the basic panel presentation. This format offers a great way to network and learn from our colleagues. The immersion sessions are focused around seven key practice areas (Clinical Support, Education, Health Equity & Global Health, Information Management, Information Services, Innovation & Research, and Professionalism & Leadership).

In addition, you can also watch paper presentations on demand or attend in-person sessions at MLA ’22. Papers are also focused around the MLA Areas of Practice. Plan to see this innovative work with your colleagues as we meet at MLA '22: Reconnect, Renew, Reflect.

Watch for more information early 2022!

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