From CHICAGO’S McCormick Place/Convention Center: Watching traffic heading south along Lake Michigan with the lake a mere 200 yards in the distance – beautiful.
Vendors and exhibitors are currently setting up for 5 days of learning and connecting on all things library. This will include books, ebooks and author events of course. Many publishers are even in attendance. But there are lots of technology vendors as well as committee meetings engaging in “think-tank” planning for the future of academic, public and school libraries’ futures. This exhibition/conference will bring together the current and proposed best practices in technical and patron services.
It’s not too late to register. I for one am excited.
Make sure to follow Ala Annual 2013 events on Twitter with the hashtag: #ala2013
I’ll be tweeting through the event from @jltaglich and @meta21st
Don’t hesitate to chat or express all thoughts.
Thanks for reading.
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