The conference will be conducted synchronously using Zoom software. Registered attendees will receive links and detailed login directions in advance of the meeting.
Zoom training is available for those users that would like an orientation to the software:
- Quick start guide for new users
- Getting started on Windows and Mac
- Testing computer or device audio
- Testing video
Statement of Conduct*
The Midcontinental and Midwest Chapters of MLA Conference Planning Committee are committed to providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment for all conference attendees, presenters and affiliated partners. Therefore, all conference attendees should refrain from harassing others or creating a hostile environment on the basis of age, color, race, ethnicity, national origin, genetic information, gender identity or orientation, disability, physical appearance, religion, military status or other group identity.
If you feel uncomfortable or harassed, you witness any violations of this policy, or if you have any questions, you can contact the planning committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We work to ensure our events are accessible, inclusive and welcoming to all. In order to give us time to make appropriate arrangements, please make all accessibility requests to the Midcontinental/Midwest MLA DEIA Conference Planning Committee at email@example.com.
Sarah Jane Brown
Merle Rosenzweig, University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library
Caroline Allen, University of Iowa Libraries
Jess King, University of Nebraska Medical Center
David Brown, Membership/Diversity & Inclusion/Wyoming Coordinator,
Mid Continental Region, NNLM
Anna Liss Jacobsen, Miami University Libraries
The Conduct and Accessibility Statements are adapted from Academic Library Association of Ohio, American Library Association’s Statement of Appropriate Conduct, Association of College & Research Libraries conference website on accessibility, Miami University OEEO Prohibition of Harassment and Discrimination MUPIM policy.