16-18 November 2017, Washington DC (George Washington University)
- Conference Program 2017
- Dale Correa (UT Austin), Recovering Yemen’s cultural heritage: the Stookey microfilms.
- Ryder Kouba (AUC), From scanning 19th century correspondence to email.
- Claudia Horning (UCLA), The Road to Discovery is Paved with Standards.
- El-Sherbini Magda (OSU), FAST and improving resource discoverability for non-Roman language collections.
- Randall K. Barry (Library of Congress), Original Script Cataloging – Past, Present, and Future.
15-17 November 2016, Cambridge, MA (MIT campus)
19-21 November 2015, Denver, CO (Sheraton Downtown)
- Conference Program 2015
- Mariette Atallah, American University of Beirut, Classics in Middle Eastern Studies: The usage of citation counts in books’ collection assessment.
- Mohamed Hamed, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Middle East Library Partnership Project.
- Gayle Fischer, Independent Researcher, Using Data Mining to Assess the University of Texas at Austin Middle Eastern Library Program Monograph Collection.
- Michael Toler, Archnet, From Old Medina to the World: A Summary and assessment of the efforts to make the collection of the Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies more widely available.
- Virginia Danielson, NYU Abu Dhabi, Introduction to Arabic Collections Online and its Prospects.
- Mark Muehlhaeusler, American University in Cairo, Digitizing the French press of Egypt: PFEnum.
- Anna Robinson, Washington University in St. Louis, Embedded in Fundamentalism: Connecting with evening students in International Affairs.
- David Hirsch, UCLA, Collecting Middle East in Southeast Asia: Middle Eastern Diaspora in Malaysia (part 1 / part 2).
- Ian Straughn, Brown University. Magic, Moses, and Manuscripts: The digital archaeology of Timbuktu text.
20-21 November 2014, Washington DC (George Washington University)
- Conference Program 2014.
- Judy Alspach, Center for Research Libraries, An Analysis of MEMP’s Collection.
- Iman Khairy Weheba, Qatar National Library, Multilingual Access to digital Resources using linked-data: overview of tools and standards.
8-10 October 2013, New Orleans, LA (Loyola University)
- Conference Program 2013.
- Amanda Click, ELIME-21 Fellow, School of Information and.Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Developing Ethical Citizens: Librarians promoting Academic Integrity.
- Jaleh Fazelian, Washington University in St. Louis, The Arab Spring and embedded librarianship.
- Deborah Margolis, Michigan State University, Kuwaiti Comics arrive on time, but the Baklava is late: Middle-East and Muslim Studies-related programming at a US Academic Library.
- Susan Parker-Leavy and Soumeya Menber, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha – Qatar, MIA Library: outreach and increasing visitors to our library.
- Anais Salamon, McGill University, Challenges and benefits of outreach in academic libraries.
15-17 November 2012, Denver, CO (St. Cajetans Conference Center, Auraria Campus)
- Conference Program 2012.
- David Hirsch, UCLA, Adventures of a footloose Librarian in Iraq (part 1 / part 2).
- Evyn Kropf, The University of Michigan Library, Manuscripts Studies in the Digital Environment: Islamic Manuscripts at Michigan (part 1 / part 2).
- Charles Kurzman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Middle East Collections and International Scholarship at American Universities.
- Atifa Rawan & Yan Han, University of Arizona Libraries, Inter-institutional collaboration between the University of Arizona Libraries and the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University on Preservation and digitization of a unique Afghan collection.
- Anais Salamon & Sean Swanick, McGill Islamic Studies Library, Digitizing exhibitions as a means of implementing a Digitization Program.
- V. J. Um Amel, Digital artist, PhD candidate, and creator of R-Shief Labs, R-Shief: a tool to harvest, archive and analyze Internet Content.
- Bernadette Vincent, Bibliotheque Universitaire des Langues et Civilisations (BULAC), Bulac’s digital library: display and promote oriental digitized content in the French context.
- Iman Weheba, Qatar National Library, Multilingual Access to Arabic Digital Resources Using Linked Data: Mechanisms and Challenges.
29-30 November 2011, Washington D.C. (National Museum of Natural History)
- Conference Program 2011.
- Abbie Grotke, Web Archiving Team Lead & Michael Neubert, Web Archiving Coordinator for Library Services at the Library of Congress, Building the “North Africa & the Middle East 2011” Web Archive – An International Collaboration.
- Rifat Bali, Libra Books. Electronic Journals and open access Sources in Turkey.
- List of open Access Sources.
15-16 November 2010, San Diego (Manchester Grand Hyatt)
Previous conferences (2009 and before)
- 19-20 November 2009, Boston (MIT)
- 20-21 November 2008, Washington, D.C.
- 15-16 November 2007, Montreal, QC, Canada
- 2006, Boston
- 2005, Washington, DC
- 2004, San Francisco
- 2003, Anchorage
- 1988, UCLA (conference program)
- 1985, New Orleans (conference program)
- 1980, Library of Congress (conference program)
- 1979, Salt Lake City (conference program)
- 1978, Chicago (conference program)
- 1977, New York City (conference program)
- 1974, Harvard University (conference program)