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Sarah Shreeves, Scholarly Commons, email@example.com and Kathleen Kern, Reference Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop will be held in the Main Library, Library 314. Take the north stairwell (Armory and Wright Street entrance) to the 3rd floor of the Main Library and make a left at the top of the stairs.
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