The View from the Information Booth
It’s been a busy day at SLA Info Central. Several first-time attendees stopped by to get their bearings (and their purple first-timer ribbons)…so much to do, so little time. I hope we can all tap into that conference energy.
Don’t forget to check your tote bag for the pocket-sized conference planner that has a mini version of the program. It’s a great quick reference for locations and a good place to mark your daily schedule.
Speaking of schedules, the division open house and reception details are posted at the Information Booth, as well as in your program. Also, check the plasma screen daily for session and course cancellations and room changes.
A tram will be running each day between the 14th street convention center entrance and the registration area in Lobby D. It’s off-duty between 11 and 1 for battery recharging (trams need lunch, too). I have to admit that riding in that little car is quite fun.
Until the INFO-EXPO opens at 11am on Sunday, an SLA marketplace will be set up in the registration area. Pick up a hat, a t-shirt, or a copy of Al Gore’s book.
I got to meet a few of the many bloggers yesterday and today. Hi to Jill Hurst-Wahl, Kathleen Rainwater, and Von Totanes! If you want to blog for SLA, and you haven’t registered yet, get in touch with John Adams in the Blogging/Press Office (Room 604 in the Convention Center). If you’re already registered and you need a blogger ribbon, stop by that office or by the Information Booth. And, don’t forget about the blogger get-together on Tuesday at 1:30pm at the Rialto Cafe. Leave a comment on the post with the details to RSVP. Thanks for Jill for organizing!
That’s all for now. Stop by the Info Booth to say hello!
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