[mla-nynj] 11 Days Left for Early-Bird Registration
Joseph.Nicholson at nyumc.org
Tue Sep 20 19:53:19 UTC 2011
There are only 11 days left to get the early-bird registration rate for the Joint NAHSL/NH-NJ MLA Conference to be held at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT on October 30 - November 1, 2011!
Don't forget, you must print out and mail in your registration form for this conference. The form and payment needs to be received by Saturday October 1, 2011. Registrations received on Monday October 3, 2011 will still be honored at the early-bird rate; but there will be no extensions. Print and mail yours today!
If you want some justification, think of all the activities planned for this robust meeting. On Monday morning you can hear the plenary speakers James Cimino and Lisa Sanders, followed by a delicious lunch and NLM/MLA update. On Monday afternoon you have your choice of breakout sessions, followed by a session on NN/LM's Communities of Interest, followed up in the evening by a tour and banquet at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum.
And that's just in one day! Register for the whole meeting and don't miss out!
PS: Hotel rooms are filling up fast, book yours before October 7 to ensure you get the conference rate!
Joey Nicholson, MLIS MPH CPH
Education and Curriculum Librarian
NYU Langone Medical Center
NYU Health Sciences Libraries
550 1st Avenue, Room C91A
New York, NY 10016
joseph.nicholson at nyumc.org
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