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Subject: Spots Still Open for the ARL-CNI Fall Forum—registration closes next Tuesday, September 3
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2019 22:16:30 -0400
The ARL-CNI Fall Forum provides an opportunity to participate in a stimulating program and interact with colleagues on key issues. Please see below for information on registering and note the Tuesday, September 3 deadline.
—Joan Lippincott, CNI

Association Of Research Libraries

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ARL-CNI Fall Forum: September 26, 2019

We encourage you to attend the Fall Forum on Thursday, September 26. This year’s ARL-CNI Fall Forum is designed to be a stimulating day of learning and engagement focused on the theme of Research Libraries as Catalytic Leaders in a Society in Constant Flux. The goal of the forum is to help us understand what research libraries are doing as catalytic leaders now and to discuss and recommend what more we need to do to contribute to our institutions, the research and learning ecosystem, and society. The opening keynote speaker will be the futurist Jaron Lanier, whose latest book is entitled Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now.
We hope you will find new knowledge to take back with you to your institution. The program schedule is now available on the Fall Forum website and will be updated regularly as details are confirmed.
September 3, 2019, is the deadline to register online for the Fall Forum. The registration fee is $300 for staff from ARL and CNI member institutions.
Register for the Fall Forum

Other Important Information

ARL has a guest room block at the Washington Marriott Georgetown, located at 1221 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC. The rate is $309 per night plus taxes and fees. The deadline for room reservation is September 3, 2019. As the block can fill up before that date, making a reservation as soon as possible is advised. Please make your hotel reservations by using the Marriott’s online portal.
Reserve Your Room
If you have any questions about arrangements for either of these meetings, please contact Amy Bulgrien, assistant director of program coordination, If you have any questions about the programs, please contact Sue Baughman, deputy executive director,

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