On Sunday, during the coming weekend’s 114th California Library Association conference, you get an extra hour sleep (we revert to “standard” time from daylight saving) and the opportunity to hear master speaker Dr. Jonathan Reichental, at 2 pm. Dr. Reichental brings to California librarians that enriching mix of public and private experience, from the world of business and from that of government. In the tradition of CLA master speakers, this is the opportunity not only to hear about innovative and inspired outlooks but also to experience how to deliver a message to a large group and keep everyone focused and engaged in hearing it.
Dr. Reichental’s presentation begins just after the exhibit hall closes for the conference. That means you can attend his talk and get your fill of exhibit discoveries beforehand.
So put together your Sunday schedule now, starting with that extra hour of sleep, visiting the exhibits (if you start at Booth 314, you can collect a treasure hunt map to help you focus on where else to go there), and remembering to come learn from a master speaker as well.
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