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Saturday, June 29, 2013

ALA 2013: Saturday Wrap-Up and Share Your Day's Experiences

Well that was a busy day of programs. I only set foot in the Exhibit Hall for about 30 minutes. I also was basically live blogging and did NOT read through what I wrote. As a result, I am sure there are a million typos, but my goal was to get stuff posted.  After the conference, I will read through and clean things up.

I also hit a discussion group for people who work with Friends Groups.  Since that is not in the scope of this blog, I will not be posting it here, but if you are interested, I will be typing up some notes for that  after the holiday and can share them with you.  I don't have much though as I had to leave early to go to the RUSA President's Program (post immediately previous to this one).

What I wanted to do in this post is make a place for other people to post any comments they want to share on interesting programs they attending, especially if they were different from mine.  In fact, if you went to a program I reported on, please comment on that program in the post I already did for that program.

But if you want to share any exceptional or interesting things you saw today, do it here.  Leave a comment.  And please try to link to the page with the session details and handouts.  I don't expect long reports like mine, but it would be helpful to everyone if you linked to the program page and gave us a few sentences on what you thought.

Thanks.

I start tomorrow at 10:30 am. Check out my schedule here.

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