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BITES with LIRT (Midwinter) - Philadelphia, PA, January 26, 2014

Sunday, January 26, 2014
11:00 am to 12:00 pm, US/Eastern

Happy New Year!

LIRT (Library Instruction Round Table) is organizing "Bites with LIRT" groups for lunch at moderately priced restaurants during the ALA Midwinter Conference in Philadelphia, PA. This is your opportunity to meet other librarians interested in library instruction while enjoying lunch in a local restaurant.

LIRT welcomes anyone who has an interest in instruction from all types of libraries. You need not be a member of LIRT to participate. We hope you will join us in this opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences about library instruction in a relaxed setting. Enjoy a stimulating and fun lunch with LIRT -- good food, good company, and interesting conversation. We will make the arrangements; all you have to do is reserve your spot at : http://fleetwood.baylor.edu/lirt/bitesmw.php and show up! Deadline is January 20.

We look forward to seeing you at the Bites with LIRT!

Ken Orenic and Ning Zou, Co-Chairs, membership committee, LIRT

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I may have a conflict that day--it'll depend on the weather.  If it's nice out I'll be visiting a few historic places with RUSA; if it's dreadful (which we all know can happen here in January!), I probably won't want to do all that walking around.









Barbara Pilvin