Thursday, September 13, 2007


"Working Together, Working Differently: How millennials are changing the way other generations learn, interact, and do commerce."

Whittal Pavilion, Jefferson Building, Library of Congress
When: 2-4pm, September 24, 2007 with a reception to follow 4-5.

Just added!

Docent led tour of the Library of Congress, available from 1-2 for 40 registered guests. (Please state if you wish to join the tour when you register)

Register HERE!


The Program:

Roberta Shaffer will highlight The Pew Research Center’s Report “How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics A PORTRAIT OF “GENERATION NEXT”

Roberta Shaffer is the Executive Director of FLICC/FEDLINK at the Library of Congress. Her research interest include generational use of information and information technologies, management, leadership, strategic planning, competencies, and Users and information use.
Following the talk, there will be a panel discussion of how different generations learn, interact, and do commerce differently.

ASIST or SLA Members $10
Nonmembers $15
Students free (Registration Necessary)

Note: Please identify if you are SLA or ASIST Member when you register. Students identify where you attend. We will notify you about the tour details. We will notify you about the tour details.

Metro: Blue or Orange Line, Capitol South. Enter the Jefferson Building at the carriage entrance 1st Street Se, between Independence and East Capitol Streets. For additional information,

1) Online
2) Fax Registration Form
3) Mail Registration Form.

Registration ends September 20th.

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