The annual conference of the Federal Depository Library Program is rapidly approaching.  If you have in interest in Government information or work at a depository library, you may want to consider attending.  The conference is Oct. 15-18 at the Doubletree Hotel in Crystal City (Arlington) Va.  Registration is free.  I will be attending as a member of the Depository Library Council; it would be great to see a good Federal library turnout at this conference.

There will be daily sessions on the State Forecast Study project as well as many interesting speakers.  



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Subject: Revised Preliminary DLC Meeting Schedule is Now Available

A revised preliminary schedule is now available for the 2012 Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference. Detailed event information and the registration link is at: <|191|192/dlc-meeting-and-fdl-conference>. 

Attendance is free, and the four-day event is October 15-18, 2012 in Washington, DC.

Highlights of the conference include:

* Meetings of the Depository Library Council and Council Working Groups on Education, Collaboration, Sustainability, and Technology.
* Daily programs on FDLP Forecast Study results and opportunities for discussion.
* Ten (10) training sessions from Federal agencies including the U.S. Census Bureau, the Office of the Federal Register, the Surgeon General, and more. 
* Eighteen (18) educational sessions presented by FDLP community libraries and GPO staff.
* An opportunity for networking and idea exchange among library colleagues from around the country.
* FDLP community poster sessions and Federal Government information displays. 

Session titles on the preliminary schedule are condensed. A detailed agenda with complete title, speaker's information and a session summary will be released soon. Please join the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and members of the Federal depository library community at this important event!


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