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MESSAGE TO ALL ICSTI MEMBERS
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As usual a one hour discussion of Member reports is planned during the
General Assembly meetings. It will take place on Monday 22 May, 10 to 11
AM, before the General Assembly, and will be chaired by the General
Secretary Marie Wallin.

At the annual meeting in Taipei several members gave a short (sometimes
improvised on the spot) presentation on new developments in the services of
their respective organization. As written member reports (which should
not be forgotten) tend to come in late and analysis before the meeting is
difficult to organize, we encourage all members attending the Columbus
meeting and willing to make a short presentation of some sallient aspect of
their report to take contact as soon as possible with Marie Wallin at
mw@lib.kth.se
(with copy to secretariat at icsti@dial.oleane.com).

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Marthe Orfus, Executive Secretary
ICSTI
51 boulevard de Montmorency
75016 Paris, France
Tel. +33 1 45 25 65 92
Fax: +33 1 42 15 12 62
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