By Kathy Brangoccio

Final preparations are underway and excitement grows as we enter the last week before NCSL’s 2014 Summit in Minneapolis!

This year, as in the past three years, we are providing a 2014 Summit Session Resource Document that serves as a one-stop shop for all resources associated with the Summit.

In this one document, you can find bios of outstanding speakers, presentations, session handouts, links to streaming sessions, links to Q&A sessions, and related press releases, as they become available.

Several resources have already been added to this document and it will continue to grow as soon as information becomes available. It will continually be updated throughout the Summit and the weeks immediately following the meeting.

This document has been very popular with our users for the past three years and we are pleased to be able to offer it again this year! Please use this as a quick way to find key information relating to the topics you are most interested in.

So, check back often to find the latest resources on our wide variety of key topic sessions from this year’s Summit!

Kathy Brangoccio is NCSL's assistant web editor. Email Kathy.

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