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    • Networking at Conference
    • Who are these people?
    • ALA Members* * Most likely all of them are ALA Members
    • The best part of conference is who you meet At programs
    • The best part of conference is who you meet At programs At receptions
    • The best part of conference is who you meet At programs At receptions Even waiting in line for the shuttle bus
    • With hundreds of programs, committee meetings and social events going on…
    • This is the one place in the world where someone else also “gets it.”
    • … here are some tips on the best ways to find other members and to make new friends at Conference
      • Get answers and make connections
      Ask and you shall…
    • It is as simple as introducing yourself
    • It is as simple as introducing yourself to the person seated next to you
    • Chances are, if you are in the same program You have similar interests
    • Socials, parties and receptions
    • Visit the Welcome Desk here in the Membership Pavilion for a list of today’s open social events You are most welcome to attend
    • Birds of a Feather Lunches
    • Four tables are reserved here in the Member Lounge for 1-hour lunch discussion groups each day Birds of a Feather Lunches
    • Pick a topic you want to convene or kibitz at And be sure to collect contact info to keep the conversation going after conference
    • Network from Home
    • Keep the conversation going when you get home through ALA social networks
    • Whether you have a little time or barely any at all
    • ALA blogs, groups and meet-ups will keep you in touch with other members
    • Network Your Interests
    • There is a group for you at ALA
    • Members set the course for the association and the profession.