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from Gale -- Archives UnboundWhen: Wednesday, March 10, 2010Time: 9:30
AM or 1:30 PMWhere: Library of Congress, Adams Bldg., 2nd and
Independence Ave, SE, FLICC / FEDLINK Training Room, 2nd Floor, RM
216Registration: Please e-mail Jim Oliver,  [log in to unmask], to register
for either session. Please include phone number, and agency affiliation.
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<!--            When: Wednesday, March 10, 2010Time: 9:30 AM or 1:30
PMWhere: Library of Congress, Adams Bldg., 2nd and Independence Ave, SE,
FLICC / FEDLINK Training Room, 2nd Floor, RM 216Registration: Please
e-mail Jim Oliver,  [log in to unmask], to register for either session. Please
include phone number, and agency affiliation. Also, please distribute to
colleagues who might have an interest in this new offering. All
attendees will receive a free 28-day trial to Archives Unbound! Light
snacks and coffee, provided by Gale, will be served at each session. See
you there!Thanks, Kelly M. MillsAccount Executive, Government & Special
LibrariesGale | Cengage Learning27500 Drake Rd., Farmington Hills, MI
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[log in to unmask] | www.cengage.com James W. Oliver
FEDLINK Vendor Services Coordinator
Library of Congress
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