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Scenes from the Library’s First Day at ISTE 2011

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Library of Congress education specialists work with conference attendees

The city of brotherly love welcomed the Library of Congress with open arms as the ISTE 2011 conference got underway. The conference’s theme is Unlocking Potential, and the educators who visited the Library’s booth had plenty of questions about the best ways to unlock the educational potential of the Library’s online collections.

A booth presentation from Library staff

If you happen to be attending ISTE this week, please stop by booth #2113 or come to one of our sessions.

We’ll be back in Washington, D.C. on Thursday with a report on what we learned at this year’s conference. If there’s anything you want to learn about, let us know in the comments.

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