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Helpful suggestions for attending the conference

  • Be comfortable. Dress in layers. It is notoriously difficult to manage room temperature to everyone's liking, especially in a hotel conference area. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Before you leave home, check with www.weather.com for the 10-day D.C. weather forecast.
  • Seats in the front of the room are reserved for those with hearing, vision and other disabilities who have notified the conference of their need to sit closer to the front of the room to accommodate their physical challenges. Please do not run for a seat in the front row, especially if you have a book bag on wheels, as you may hit someone. Avoid the temptation to save the seat beside you just to give yourself more room.
  • If you use a rolling book carrier for your belongings, or use a walker or other walking aide, put them aside, out of the aisle, so others can walk safely.
  • Be considerate of the speakers and other attendees. Turn off cell phones and beepers during sessions. Do not chat during a program.
  • Do not open candy or gum wrappers during the session, as the crinkling sound disturbs the others sitting near to you. If you tweet or blog, you may not realize that typing on your keypad does make noise and may disturb those around you. If you must type during a session, please sit in the back of the room.
  • Check to see if a session is being taped. As the wealth of the conference offerings may make it difficult to choose among concurrent sessions, in effect you can be in two, three, or four places at once by purchasing recordings later.
  • Familiarize yourself with the conference layout. While most sessions will be on one floor, a few may be held elsewhere. Where are the exhibit hall, Resource Room, information desk, hospitality desk, Cyber Cafe, restrooms, etc.? Do not hesitate to ask a volunteer for assistance.
  • Even if you are a veteran of IAJGS conferences, introduce yourself to the people sitting nearby. What surnames are they researching? What areas of the world? Network, network, network.
  • Look through your conference book bag. You'll find useful information in fliers or brochures from some of the exhibitors and companies whose databases will be accessible from computers in the Resource Center.

Above all, keep your sense of humor and be flexible! Sometimes last-minute schedule changes occur beyond the control of the conference co-chairs, or a technical glitch may happen with the audiovisual equipment. The co-chairs and committee members will do everything possible to prevent such things, but they do happen.

Enjoy the conference!

 
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