Host for AAAL Fall Meeting
The Alberta Association of Academic Libraries hosts a Fall and a Spring Meeting. Representatives from AAAL institutions attend the meetings, which typically run all day, with a business meeting in the morning and professional development sessions in the afternoon.

Host institutions provide the space and technology needed for the meeting. They are responsible for providing AAAL with a list of the nearby hotels, residence options, visitor parking areas, maps, and rates. They coordinate coffee breaks and lunch using the funding provided by AAAL. Host institutions also normally provide tours that highlight parts of their campus during lunch.

We'd love to have you host the AAAL Fall Meeting in 2019! The meeting is generally held in November.

Do you have capacity to host up to 75 people? *
Can you provide a laptop for presentations? *
Who from your institution can briefly welcome attendees to the meeting?
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Normally, the host institution provides tours of their campus/library over lunch. Can you arrange for 2-3 volunteers to provide tours? *
AAAL provides the funding for meals but the host institution coordinates catering locally. Can you coordinate coffee breaks and lunch for approximately 65 people, with consideration for dietary restrictions? *
Does your institution have the option for livestreaming speakers? *
Provide any additional details on livestreaming:
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Are there any other additional details that you'd like to share with AAAL? Feel free to share information about your campus, library, facilities, or ideas you may have around themes for the meeting.
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Optional: would you be interested in hosting a pre-conference workshop the day before the AAAL meeting?
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