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Space Still Available for ALA-FIL Pass Program

[Cross-posted from LALA-L]

Dear Librarian,

We still have a few ALA librarian rooms available if you have not applied for the Free Pass and you still want to come to Guadalajara. You need to be an individual member of ALA and be involved in collection development. Airfares are still quite reasonable, but we need to hear from you immediately. The application is herewith attached; please fill out and email it back to me ASAP.

If you have already applied, your application is being processed. Please be patient with us.

Yours.

David Unger, U.S. Rep
Guadalajara Intl. Book Fair
Division of Humanities NAC 5225
City College of New York
New York, NY 10031
Tel: (212) 650-7925
Fax: (212) 650-7912
filny@aol.com or duy502002@yahoo.com
www.fil.com.mx
Exhibition Manager: Veronica Mendoza at veronica.mendoza@fil.com.mx
Rights Center: Pablo de la Vega at pablo.delavega@fil.com.mx

 

Posted by Martha Kelehan.

Yelp in Berlin?

You are probably already familiar with the restaurant (and almost everything else) review site – Yelp (http://www.yelp.com/). It’s my go-to site for dining decisions. Sadly, it appears that there is no Yelp Berlin, yet. However, you can find great restaurant reviews for Berlin on a number of sites:

Happy eating!

Berlin Conference Draft Program Available

Check out this sneak peek of the draft conference program for SALALM 2009 in Berlin. There are so many great-sounding panels!

We are still looking for a few more volunteer rapporteurs. If you’re able to assist, contact Roberto Delgadillo, UC Davis, for more information.


Welcome to the SALALM blog!

Thanks to the brilliant idea of the SALALM Membership Committee, we’ve created this blog. Hopefully, you can use the SALALM blog to keep up to date on news related to Latin American librarianship and SALALM goings-on. In particular, we’re looking for a few folks to blog Berlin – post updates on the SALALM 2009 conference for all of us unable to attend.

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