Audio and slides now available for most sessions

The One Health conference may be over, but we can all still enjoy the many excellent sessions the meeting had to offer. Audio and slides of most MLA programs are now available from the e-conference proceedings page. I had no idea where to start, but thankfully MLA made it easier for me – you can view the most liked sessions! Thanks to all of you who have already logged in, viewed, and liked several of the programs. I will be listening to presentations on Open Access and systematic reviews. I also wanted to catch the “Latest Trends in Mobile Technology “ session, but I don’t see any audio linked to it (yet).

If you are viewing the list of available presentations by date, it may not appear as though the audio is available. Go ahead and click on the presentation to see options – you will likely see links to audio, slides, or audio with slides. There is also a link to “additional files,” but I have yet to figure out what those files are. I only see options for audio or slides.

Once you click on the audio with slides, a player opens up displaying the slides in a main window. On the left side of the screen you can choose to view an outline of the presentation (handy!), thumbnails of the slides, or you can even search the slide text or notes. The outline view allows you to skip ahead, or if you need to stop listening for any reason, you can return to the same segment later. Perfect for listening in between busy weekend or work activities.

Happy listening!

2 thoughts on “Audio and slides now available for most sessions

  1. Hi

    Could you please tell me if the audio and slides will be available online permanently or at least for the foreseeable future?

    Thank you

    • Hi Aislinn,

      Thanks for your question – I wondered this myself! Here is the official MLA answer: “Online access is for 12 months after the end of the meeting. After 12 months, online access is available to all current MLA members as a membership benefit in the Member Center.” From I will do a quick blog post about this because I think others probably have the same question.

      Thanks again!

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