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As you probably have read in Giz’s earlier post, we spent the day traveling in the library van from Winston-Salem to Philadelphia to attend the 2011 ACRL conference. It was a great trip, with computing productivity thanks to Giz’s wifi hotspot, frequent brainstorming for future library projects and just plain good conversation. If you are ever traveling, you can’t go wrong teaming up with Giz, Roz and Mary Beth.
But we didn’t arrive in Philadelphia until around 4:00 pm. By the time we checked into the hotel and found our way over to registration, we were too late to hear the opening keynote speaker. But we did manage to attend the opening reception for the exhibit hall, where we made a beeline to the Alibris booth to find Bill. We also rounded up Molly and then headed for an early dinner. We also managed to spend a block of time mapping out the sessions we want to attend so we all cover as many as possible. The programming at ACRL is very rich with a wide variety of topics and a wide range of time slots. I’ve got my calendar fairly well set for tomorrow, where I start with a vendor breakfast and then jump right into a full day of programs. I’ll report on them tomorrow evening, so look for it!
PS….At ACRL, you can depend on running in to old colleagues and friends. I’ve already met up with Sherry Durren (former Science Librarian at ZSR) and Debbie Nolan (former Associate Dean). They both sent their regards to the folks back at ZSR. Just to highlight how time flies…..Debbie told me she is now into her fifth year at Towson!