ALA Annual Conference Offers Early Bird Specials; Book Your Spot Before April 12!

Library Friends, time is running out to book your spot at an early bird rate at the American Library Association (ALA)’s 2013 annual conference. The event will be held Friday, June 28-Monday, July 1 in Chicago in and around McCormick Place, one of the Midwest’s premier convention facilities.

If you register before Friday, April 12, admission is only $230 for current ALA members and $255 for non-members. Additional discounts are available for library students and retired professionals previously affiliated with ALA.

Registration includes unlimited access to the exhibit hall and admission to top-notch panels, keynotes, and discussion forums in every library-related specialty. (Preconferences and certain ticketed events cost extra.) If you have never attended an ALA-sponsored, national-scale conference, the links below lead to information on various facets of the programming, and may help you determine if 2013 is the year you finally make the leap!

If you wait until after Friday, ticket prices jump to $245 for members and $320 for non-members. Book between Monday, April 13 and Friday, June 21, and those figures jump to $270 and $390, respectively.

Click here to register.