2011 Annual Conference
May 4 - 6, 2011 - Clarion Resort, Ocean City, Maryland
Virtual Conference Archives
Everyone who registered to attend the 2011 Maryland Library Association Conference may register for the Conference Community so they can watch the archived copies of the ten virtual conference sessions that made up the Virtual Conference, and participate in discussions about the programs for one year after the conference.
To register go to http://learningtimes.net/mladla2011/setup to create a login and password using the following invitation code: MLADLA (all uppercase).
Test your computer to verify that it is ready for the webcast?
Please visit the following web page to check that the computer you intend to use is ready for the webinars:
Basic computer requirements:
- Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional or Home Edition with Service Pack 2 or jigher
- Internet Explorer 6 or 7 or higher
- Netscape Navigator 8.1 or higher
- Mozilla Firefox 1.5.04 or higher
- Mac OS X v10.4
- Safari 2.0
- Mozilla Firefox 1.5.03
- Additional requirements:
- Adobe® Flash® Player 8 or 9
- Internet connection
- Cookies enabled in your web browser
Watch the Sessions
Go to http://learningtimes.net/mladla2011, login and click on the "View Program" button to get to the list of 10 virtual conference sessions.
These resources will be available to you for one year from the end of the conference.
Headphones or speakers are needed to hear the archived session audio. The video will be displayed in your browser window.
Continuing Education Credit
Public Librarians: Please make arrangements with your staff development officer to earn continuing education credits (CEUs) for watching any of these archived sessions.
While you are logged into the site, you can access the asynchronous Discussion area associated with each conference presentation. A link to it appears below each session description. You are invited to begin sharing ideas, questions and resources related to these topics at any time!
Before you begin participating in the discussions, please take a moment to introduce yourself to others in the Discussion Forum:
It's a great way to begin to network with others and learn about each participant's interests and perspectives.
This project made possible with funding by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Library and Development Services.
Last updated 06 September 2011.