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Down to the Line…..Register for MLW 2013 NOW

Colleagues,  The word for the day is NOW.  Sign up NOW for the Military Libraries Workshop (MLW) 2013 to be held Dec 9-11 in Huntsville, AL at the Embassy Suites Hotel.  This Hotel is connected to the Workshop Site at the Von Braun Center (VBC) via a Skywalk. (Think daily exercise.) 

Here’s where to BEGIN  your hotel reservation and MLW Registration: 

1.   Hotel Reservation at Embassy Suites, Huntsville:  Please call the Hotel –  TEL: 1-256-539-7373   The Booking Code for the favorable rate is “MLW.”  Occasionally the hotel will send you into the 800 number….not to panic.  They do recognize the MLW code.  The hotel rate is $88 per night + taxes.

N.B.:  This rate is available through Nov 22.  So reserve NOW. 

2.  Military Libraries Workshop 2013 Registration:   Use this link or go to the DMIL Home Page and click on the Yellow Banner Ad

http://military.sla.org/mlw2013/    Click on “Register Now!”  If you have last minute arrangements, you CAN register on site, at the VBC, South Hall, Ballrooms 1-3 on Monday, Dec 9th.

While you are on the MLW Website,  be sure to check out the program of seminars that will add to your Professional Development and look at the listing of Sponsors you will meet at the Info/Expo.   There are some very good opportunities for additional training at the Pre-Workshop  –   a Four Hour Session – DTIC Mini Boot Camp (contact DTIC to pre-register), and in the afternoon hear updates from OCLC, DTIC and FEDLINK…..all at no additional cost! 

To top it off, the Military Libraries Division of SLA is celebrating their 60th Anniversary with a Dinner at the US Space and Rocket Center.   This Dinner is included in the registration.  So join your colleagues in saluting the 60 years that the Military Libraries Division has served the professional needs of military librarians and staffs, worldwide. Back in 1953 I was a 7th Grader……ooops, I’ve already told that story. 

 

Sharon

 

Sharon Lenius

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