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Are the times on registration form Central time zone?
I have messed that up in the past.
Jenny Groome | Reference Librarian Connecticut State Library | 231 Capitol Ave | Hartford, CT 06106 Tel.: 860-757-6500 email@example.com
Hi Jenny,I believe that the times on the registration form adjust for what time zone you are in. Underneath the listed times on the meeting registration form, there should be text that clarifies "Time shows in _____ Time (U.S. and Canada)".On our conference website (https://godort.libguides.com/2023annual/home), the times are in Central Time and the day-by-day calendar on the guide is the most accurate representation of when meetings will be.Hope that helps!Kian
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