FLICC Meeting Announcement 98-17
The Federal Library and Information Center Committee
FLICC Orientations to National Libraries and Information Centers
National Archives and Records Administration II
As part of a series of orientations to national libraries and
information centers, FLICC is offering an opportunity for federal
librarians to become better acquainted with the National Archives
and Records Administration reference services. The program will
*Tour of the library and its holdings
*Introduction to the Steny B. Hoyer Research Complex, including
the Cartographic and Architectural, Motion Pictures, Still
Pictures and Textual Records research rooms.
* Demonstration of the library's Internet and Intranet Web pages
Date Wednesday, April 8, 1998
Time 9:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Place National Archives and Records
Administration, College Park, 8601
Adelphi Road, College Park, MD
Directions The National Archives at College Park is
located near the University of
Maryland#College Park campus. Take
Interstate 495 (the Capital Beltway) to
Exit 28 South, New Hampshire Avenue
(Route 650). From New Hampshire Avenue
turn left onto Adelphi Road approximately
two blocks from the Beltway. The entrance
to the archives is on the left after
Metzerott Road. Parking for visitors is
available in the garage adjacent to the
Metro Prince George's Plaza (Green Line). Take
the R3 Metrobus to the National Archives
Sponsor FLICC Education Working Group
Registration Free, but advanced registration required.
Call the FLICC office to register: (202)
707-4800. TTY (202) 707-4995.
Interpreting services for the deaf and
hearing impaired are available if
requested five (5) business days in
advance of the event.
Cancellations Registrants who find they are unable to
attend should notify FLICC at (202)
707-4800 to allow those on the waiting
list to register.
Future Tours Other orientation tours will be scheduled
throughout 1998, including the National
Library of Education, National Library of
Medicine, Defense Technical Information
Center, National Technical Information
Service, the Smithsonian Institution
Libraries, the National Agricultural
Library, the Library of Congress, and the
Government Printing Office.