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    ALA Offers Members Free, or Reduced, Registration for 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

    Thanks to a select group of sponsors, the fee for ALA members is just $60, and registration is free for any library professional who has been furloughed, laid off, or has had a reduction in hours. Registration closes on Wednesday, June 17, at noon (CT).

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