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AASL / ACSA 2021 Joint Virtual Conference: What to Expect

43rd Annual Association of Architecture School Librarians Conference, March 24-26, 2021



What to Expect

A virtual conference is hosted entirely over the internet, allowing attendees to access live and pre-recorded sessions and events from their electronic devices. Attendees participate through a platform designed specifically for a virtual conference experience. Participants will access this platform to watch sessions streamed live and engage in sessions by asking questions and commenting in real-time.

In addition to the live events, the Virtual Conference includes vendor presentations, networking opportunities, the ability to search for and chat with other conference attendees, and other features specifically designed to give virtual attendees the same opportunity to learn and engage with the presenters.

 

Presentations

To the best of the presenter’s knowledge, AASL 2021 Virtual Conference presentations are factually accurate at the time of presentation and should not contain obscene, libelous, or defamatory content. It is the presenter’s responsibility to ensure that any use of copyrighted material is consistent with U.S. law. AASL had no participation in developing, creating, or organizing individual presentations and disclaims any responsibility for their contents, or for procuring third-party permissions necessary to offer them to this audience.

 

Recordings

By attending the AASL 2021 Virtual Conference, all participants and presenters consent to be recorded, both visually (if applicable) and sonically (if applicable). Select recordings may appear on the AASL website. All participation, including chat, may be included in session recordings.

 

What are the technical requirements needed to participate?

To participate, you will need an internet connection, and a viewing device, such as a laptop, desktop computer, tablet, smartphone, or smart television. For the best viewing experience, we recommend that you join the conference using a supported internet browser, which includes Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. Presenters will need devices equipped with a webcam and microphone.

 

 What time does the conference start and end each day?

  • Start Time:  11:00 AM (Eastern Standard Time)
  • End Time: 7:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

 

Will I get a certificate of attendance?

Yes, certificates will be available to all registered attendees post-conference after filling out the overall survey.

 

Will I be able to ask the speakers questions?

Yes, there will be a chat feature that will allow you to send questions to a moderator. Where possible,  time will be allotted for Q&A.