The Music Library Association streamed video from the Pavilion room this year.

All archived video from the conference is available on the Music Library Association's Vimeo site.

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Welcome to the 85th MLA Annual Meeting

Plenary 1: Diversity in MLA

Taking the Lead: approaches and justification for librarian designed copyright curricula

Teaching Performance Based-Research Skills: student reflections and experiences

A Patron Driven Acquisition Model for Print Music Scores and Monographs via the Online Catalog

The future of our CD collections: Evaluation of a new acquisition model

How Much of BML4 is Available Online? Some Genre/Format Prelim Findings

Tell Me Something Good: Oral History Best Practices for Music Librarians

Public Services Town Hall

Friday, March 4, 2016

Plenary 2: Practical Application of Linked Data

Music Discovery Requirements in Action

Bridging Emerging and Established Approaches to Music Research

Best of Chapters: Sounds of Stanford and the Bay Area: embedding the Stanford Digital Repository into teaching and learning

Just Because You Build It, Doesn’t Mean They’ll Come (Though They Did Come to Fund the Fine Arts Library Recording Studio)

Cataloging and Metadata Town Hall

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Safeguarding the Past of the Future: Digital Preservation Issues and Practices

Creating Metadata for Rare and Archival Materials: Standards and Practices

Use-Data Anomalies for Music Databases Following EDS Implementation

Classroom Connections: Models for Student Engagement

No Information Literacy? No Graduation! Incorporating music information literacy into undergraduate degree requirements

Analyzing the Information Literacy Skills of First-Year Music Majors