The Michigan Association of Law Libraries is hosting its Fall/Winter meeting on January 22, 2021 via Zoom. The overall theme of our meeting is on the future of law libraries and our changing services and delivery methods.
There is no pre-registration required and there is no fee for attending. Just email for a Zoom link and passcode that will be open for the duration of the meeting, so you can drop in at any time all day. Please feel free to share the link with your colleagues as well – the more the merrier!
Here is our schedule:
9:30am – Welcome and Community Chat
9:50am – Opening Remarks – Robin Linkowski, Miller Canfield, MichALL President
10:00am – Library Response to Disinformation – Daryl Thompson, Michigan State University
11:00am – The Michigan State Capitol Collection – Nothing is Normal Here – Valerie Marvin, Michigan State Capitol Commission
12:00pm – Break for Lunch
1:00pm – Panel Discussion: Remote Services and Employment in Changing Times
Panelists: Kim Koscielniak – University of Detroit Mercy; Caitlin Hoag – Kalamazoo Public Library; Bartlett, Bernadette – Library of Michigan (Department of Education); Robin Linkowski – Miller Canfield
2:00pm – Instruction Design with Learning in Mind – Veronica Bielat, Wayne State University
3:00pm – Closing Remarks – Robin Linkowski, Miller Canfield, MichALL President
3:15pm – MichALL Business Meeting (Open to Attendees) – Last year’s minutes are available here.
6:00pm – Virtual Happy Hour