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67th IFLA Council and General Conference
Libraries and Librarians: Making a Difference in the
August 16th - 25th 2001
IN THIS DOCUMENT: Time and Place
Time and PlaceThe 67th IFLA Council and General Conference will take place at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston from August 16-25, 2001.
IFLA 2001 Website
For updated information on the conference please visit the IFLA 2001 website at
Conference VenueThe Hynes Convention Center is the premier meeting space in New England. Located in the heart of Boston's beautiful and historic Back Bay, this high-tech, state-of-the-art facility is just few blocks from conference hotels, and just steps away from restaurants, shops, and local attractions. The Hynes is fully handicap accessible.
Simultaneous InterpretationSimultaneous interpretation services will be available in five languages: English, French, German, Russian and Spanish. This service will be available for the opening and closing sessions and other selected sessions. Please look for the SI mark in the Final Program.
Availability of PapersDuring the Conference more than 150 papers and reports will be presented. Papers reaching IFLA before June 2001 will be printed in their original language versions in 9 Booklets, one for each division, and one booklet that will contain the Presidential address and other papers. If you want to receive all booklets please chick the appropriate box on the registration form. Booklet 0 will be in the conference bag.
As conference papers are received, they are posted to IFLANET, IFLA's official Web site at www.ifla.org continuously before the conference. Papers received before July 1, 2001 will be available as CD-ROM, produced by SilverPlatter Limited, one of IFLA's Corporate Partners, in cooperation with UDT office. The CD-ROM will be provided to all conference participants in the conference bags.
IFLA Express 2001IFLA Express is a daily newsletter in English, which will be published during the Conference by the National Organizing Committee in collaboration with the IFLA Secretariat to give delegates information of general interest, and information from IFLA Secretariat, Divisions and Sections, and from the National Organizers. In addition two pre-conference issues of IFLA Express will appear in January and May/June 2001 with the latest news on the conference.
DisclaimerThe program is correct at the time of printing, however the Organizers reserve the right to alter the program if and as is deemed necessary.
Professional Conference OrganizerCongrex Holland BV has been appointed Official Conference Organizer for this event. Congrex works internationally with subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore and Malaysia, as well as licensed partners throughout Europe and Latin America.
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