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ER&L 2013 Program and Registration Announcement Jill Emery 19 Nov 2012 21:02 UTC

ER&L 2013 Preliminary Program Now Available!

The 2013 Electronic Resources and Libraries announces the release of
the 2013 preliminary program. Have the first look at the latest
sessions on emerging topic hot off the ER&L presses... even before
final presentation times have been assigned.

--View the 2013 Sessions:

#erl13 Workshops Descriptions Released

ER&L offers a great lineup of half-day workshops on the topics you
need to lead your library. Add a workshop to your ER&L 2013
experience, with these timely workshops, all occurring on Wednesday
afternoon, 1-5pm. The list of new workshops is:

CodeDay: Getting started with computer programming
Collaborating to Promote Library’s E-Resources
Introduction to Project Management for Libraries
Social Media Marketing for Libraries
Multi-Media Digital Publishing for Librarians

--View the Workshop details:

Discounted Registration Available for a Limited Time.

Don't miss your chance to hear the best in eresources and digital
services. Register NOW to attend a great conference at the low Early
rate of $285 before December 1. ER&L is an incredibly affordable and
high quality conference. Register today and attend ER&L in person or
online. The 3 day conference is jam packed from Sunday's welcome
reception through Wednesday afternoon. Don't forget to add a Wednesday
workshop, too!

--Register and view rates:

Don't forget to book your room at the on-campus and awesome AT&T
Center (conference site) or the lovely, nearby Mansion at Judges Hill.
Details available on our website. The rooms do sell out... so book

--View Conference Housing Info:

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