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At the Atlantic City Conference of the American Library Association, the Junior College Libraries Section and the College Libraries Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries will hold a joint program meeting. The topic for presentation is Library Instruction for the Undergraduate Beyond the Orientation Level, and programs of instruction at both junior college and college level will be described, with discussion following. The meeting will be on Thursday, June 26 at 4:30 p.m.

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