So I've printed off all my traveling information for my first trip to an American Library Association Annual Conference.
I get to fly in to Dulles and then make a trek to the metrorail. I've been to DC a couple of other times but have only ever flew in to Reagan. Any tips for me?
I've gotten a large stack of cards from vendors trying to woo my non existent branch dollars to their ALA booths (perks of being virtual -- I don't have real monies). One vendor is offering wine and cheese -- another a lovely disposable camera I can hardly contain my excitement.
Actually I am very excited about going to conference. I've never been to a gathering of librarians of this magnitude -- and I can't wait to exchange warmest sweater for cold offices and compare sensible shoe sizes.
So anyone have conference tips or any presentations I just HAVE to attend?