CRL Tours Scheduled During ALA Conference in July.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Librarians and library staff from CRL member institutions are invited to participate in a CRL collections and facility tour during the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago in July. The tours are free, scheduled on the first two days of the ALA Conference, open to librarians and library staff from CRL member institutions only, and offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Transportation will be furnished from the McCormick Convention Center to CRL and back. The number of tour slots are limited. Registration is required. Please check for availability on the registration page.

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