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AnnuAL ConferenCe & eXhibition 2010 preLiminAry progrAm fIRSt-tIME AttENdEE INfORMAtION conference 101: orient yourseLf ALA Divisions and Round Tables will be sponsoring Conference 101 programs throughout the weekend. These 101 programs will help you plan how to ‘do’ conference based on the kind of work you do, or the type of library where you work. Get expert advice on programs to attend, exhibitors to visit, parties to frequent, and ways to get the most out of conference. These events are listed below. ALA AmbAssADors heLp mAke the connection ALA wants your first Annual Conference to be extraordinary, so when you register, be sure to check: I am a first time registrant of the ALA Annual Conference. You will automatically be signed-up to receive a personal welcome from an ALA Ambassador – an ALA member who is a longtime conference goer. ALA Ambassadors help you make connections to programs, people and places before conference so that your time there can be well spent. Ask the questions YOU need answered before you go. And at conference, ALA Ambassadors can be identified by their name tags –stop anyone anytime in the halls to ask. speciAL events AnD progrAms First-time attendees will receive special invitations to receptions sponsored by exhibitors and library vendors. Programs especially for new attendees will be highlighted in the program guide. And you can always talk to someone who cares about your experience at the Ambassadors’ information desk in registration. Check out the ALA Pavilion at booth 2525 on the exhibit floor to learn all about ALA. PLAN tO AttENd At LEASt ONE Of thESE INfORMAtIvE PROGRAMS ESPECIALLY If YOu ARE A fIRSt tIME AttENdEE The 101 Programs provide a unique introduction to many of the ALA divisions, and provide an orientation to navigating the Annual Conference. conference 101 ALA nmrt Friday June 25, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. New to the Annual Conference, or ALA? Get a fun and informative introduction to the Annual Conference and Washington, D.C. Learn to navigate the exhibits, decipher the conference program, how ALA really works, and ways for you to get involved. NMRT provides tips from the pros and an orientation, which is full of information. conference orientAtion Saturday, June 26, 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. New to the Annual Conference, or ALA? Get a fun and informative introduction to the Annual Conference and Washington, D.C. Learn to navigate the exhibits, decipher the conference program, how ALA really works, and ways for you to get involved. NMRT provides tips from the pros and an orientation, which is full of information. AASL AAsL 101 Saturday, June 26, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Experienced members of American Association of School Librarians (AASL) will show you how to navigate Annual Conference and fill you in on other ALA/AASL events. Don’t miss this opportunity to

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ALA 2010 Annual Conference Preliminary

ALA 2010 Annual Conference Preliminary
Table of Contents
ALA President's Program
Auditorium Speaker Series
Opening General Session and Closing Session
Special Events
Book Cart Drill Team World Championship
Exhibit Information
Division Presidents' Programs
Council and Membership Meeting Schedule
First Time Attendee Information
General Information
Travel Information
Registration and Housing Information
Hotel Information
Pre-conferences and Special Events
Tour Information and Registration
Camp ALA
ALA Acronyms
Program Tracks and Descriptions

ALA 2010 Annual Conference Preliminary

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