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2007 ALA Annual Conference

The 2007 Annual Conference will be held in Washington D.C., from June 21-27, 2007. The exhibits will be held June 23-26, 2007 in the Washington Convention Center, located at 801 Mount Vernon Place, NW.

Pre-conferences will be held June 21-22. Business, committee and Council meetings are primarily held June 22-27. Programs are held June 23-26.

Please use the links above and to the left to learn more about the 2007 Annual Conference.

Post-Conference Information, including Attendence, Handouts and Podcasts

The Event Planner is now Available!

Online Registration for the Annual Conference is still available at the Onsite Rate

Are you New to the ALA Conference? Check out Our First-Timers Info!

What are Open Space Meetings?

Invitation from ALA Executive Director Keith Michael Fiels

The Opening General Session will be keynoted by Senator Bill Bradley, and the Closing Session will feature Garrison Keillor. The ALA President's Program will feature Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Auditorium Speaker Series Updated to include Judy Blume. The Series features 10 amazing authors speaking over a three-day period. Check out the schedule for details!

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ALA Annual Conference is the best place to
advance your career, connect with colleagues,
and to learn new techniques that
improve library services to your community.
There is something for everyone at Annual!

Over 300 programs, on topics including:
- Podcasting, blogs and web presence - Producing cultural programs -
Information technology - Fundraising -
- Accomodations for accessibility for people with disabilities -
- Innovations in technology and social networking changing library services -
- New and exciting emerging genres - Providing library services to immigrants -

Great speakers including:
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr. - Julie Andrews - Armistead Maupin -
- Ken Burns - Khaled Hosseini - Irshad Manji -
- Marian Wright Edelman - Anthony Romero - David Baldacci -

Ways to get involved, including:
- Library Day on the Hill - The Insider's Guide to Capitol Hill -
- Librarians Build Communities Volunteer Day -
These events are free or include a small fee, but space is limited so registration is required.

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