Thursday, March 5, 2009

Sessions of Interest at the 2009 AALL Annual Conference

Bleow, I have listed sessions that may be of interest to those who want to learn more about Web 2.0 and other sessions related to user education in law libraries (and law firms). Please refer to the Conference Program for session times and for a full list of sessions offered.


Sunday July 26

  • A-1 Making your ILS Web 2.0 Happy
  • A-5 Legal Research Questions on the Bar Exam: Preparing Our Students
  • B-1 Emerging from the Cocoon: Innovative Ways to Reteach Legal Research to Externs and Summer Associates
  • C-2 Laws and Codes: How do they do that?
  • C-5 Reporting for Duty: Military Information and its Application to Legal Research

Monday July 27

  • D-1 I want my Web 2.0: Lessons from the Web 2.0 Challenge Everyone can use
  • D-3 Brave New Frontier of Government Documents Librarianship
  • D-6 Beyond the Walls of the United Nations: Exploring UN Databases
  • E-1 So you want to make a Movie: Simple Steps for Creating Videos for Web Distribution and Vodcasting
  • E-2 Chat 2.0: Renovating Virtual Reference
  • E-4 Finding Services for Seniors (Ourselves and Others)
  • E-5 Working Smart: Innovative Ways to do More with Your Day
  • F-2 Law Librarians Abroad: Is a Foreign Study Program for you?
  • F-3 Marketing Mojo: Get smart with Design
  • G-5 What's in a Name? Trademark Searching, Services and Domain Names

Tuesday July 28

  • H-1 So you Think you can Teach: Keeping the Audience Awake and Learning Alive
  • H-2 Web 2.0: Driving Innovation in the Law Firm Library
  • I-2 Got ideas? Tools and techniques to Identify, Refine and Communicate Ideas that Stick!
  • I-6 Hot Topic
  • J-2 Embracing the M-Word: Why and how to Market your Library
  • K-1 Vlogging for Law Libraries
  • K-2 Find 50-State Law Surveys Fast!
  • K-3 Researching International Tax Law

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