Survey Question of the Week

What conferences will you be attending before Fall semester?

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9 thoughts on “Survey Question of the Week

  1. Venessa Hughes says:

    I will be attending the Special Library Association conference in June in Seattle, WA and was toying with attending the American Association of Law Librarians conference in July in Portland, OR but probably won’t be able to.

  2. Elizabeth Kwiatkowski says:

    Though not technically a conference, I will be hanging out at the Teen Book Festival on April 5 in Fairport. Famous authors! Check it out!

  3. Kim Hanford says:

    I will be at SLAWNY’s Spring Sharing this weekend!

  4. Kelly Kroese says:

    I will be going to Spring Sharing on the 29th, to NYLA-SLMS in Tarrytown on May 1st, and then ALA National in Anaheim, CA at the end of July. Donations can be made kellyisbroke@kellyspoor.com

    🙂

  5. Isidor Justeson says:

    I will attend ARLIS/NA in Denver, CO May 1-5.

  6. Jacinta Penkszyk says:

    I will be attending the Library-2-LMS Conference at SUNY Brockport on April 18th and the WNY/Ontario ACRL Conference in Niagara Falls on May 2nd.

  7. Tina Scavo says:

    I will be at Spring Sharing in Cheektowaga this Saturday. Next Saturday, April 5th, I will be at the Teen Book Festival in Fairport. And in May, I’m going to SLMS in Tarrytown.

  8. Ellie Jones says:

    I will be attending the UNY SLA digital rights management conference on April 25th.

  9. laura Suttell says:

    I’ll be attending the ALLUNY (Asssociation of Law Libraries of Upstate NY) annual meeting, Sept. 26-28, in Rochester, NY.

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