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Maximizing Your Faculty's Scholarly Impact: Techniques To Increase Findability, Carol A. Watson, Thomas J. Striepe, Caroline Osborne Jul 2019

Maximizing Your Faculty's Scholarly Impact: Techniques To Increase Findability, Carol A. Watson, Thomas J. Striepe, Caroline Osborne

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Increasing the impact of faculty scholarship is consistently a top priority at law schools. Law librarians are uniquely positioned to offer a significant amount of assistance to faculty and law administration in achieving this goal and enhancing the reputation of the law school. Understanding the differences between the tools and techniques available to assist on this topic can be a complex endeavor. This program focused on providing the best strategies to increase the impact of faculty scholarship. Speakers discussed the various social media platforms available to upload scholarship, as well as how to increase findability in search results and take ...


Practicing Law Librarianship: A Wiki Wiki (Quick) Introduction To The Wide World Of Wikis, Debbie Ginsberg May 2019

Practicing Law Librarianship: A Wiki Wiki (Quick) Introduction To The Wide World Of Wikis, Debbie Ginsberg

Debbie Ginsberg

Learn how to use this powerful content management application for research and to organize projects.

© Copyright 2014 American Association of Law Libraries.


Inspiring Innovation: Planning, Implementing, And Evaluating The Web 2.0 Challenge, Debbie Ginsberg, Megan Kribble, Bonnie Shucha May 2019

Inspiring Innovation: Planning, Implementing, And Evaluating The Web 2.0 Challenge, Debbie Ginsberg, Megan Kribble, Bonnie Shucha

Debbie Ginsberg

The three authors created the Web 2.0 Challenge for the Computing Services Special Interest Section of AALL. In this article they describe their experience running the Challenge and the feedback from the librarians who participated in the Challenge.

© Copyright 2014 American Association of Law Libraries.


Buckets, Kincaid C. Brown Jan 2019

Buckets, Kincaid C. Brown

Law Librarian Scholarship

Inspired by “‘A Day in My Law Library Life,’ Circa 1997,” this compilation collects descriptions of a day in the lives of law librarians in 2018. The descriptions provide a current snapshot and historical record of the law library profession, with similarities to, and differences from, the profession of 1997.


Ask A Director: Tackling Technology Competencies, Kincaid C. Brown Jan 2019

Ask A Director: Tackling Technology Competencies, Kincaid C. Brown

Law Librarian Scholarship

Question: What technology competencies do librarians and legal information professionals need to assist their organizations as they grapple with issues such as data analytics, artificial intelligence, etc.?


Designing Effective Legal Research Rubrics: The Foundation For Successful Assessment, Carol A. Watson, Katie Hanschke, Zanada Joyner Apr 2018

Designing Effective Legal Research Rubrics: The Foundation For Successful Assessment, Carol A. Watson, Katie Hanschke, Zanada Joyner

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Increasingly librarians are teaching many, if not all, of the legal research courses at their law schools. Most librarians are not experts in education assessment design. Assessment with rubrics creates a learner centric environments in which instructors objectively evaluate student progress and assures that students receive consistent and meaningful feedback. Rubrics provide both students and instructors with a clear understanding of whether learning outcomes have been achieved. Guided by the instructors' experience and an in-depth review of the literature law librarians will be exposed to the best practices when creating rubrics including alignment with the course goals and instructor expectations.


Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2018, Seaall Apr 2018

Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2018, Seaall

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No abstract provided.


Real-World Legal Technology Training, Debbie Ginsberg Feb 2018

Real-World Legal Technology Training, Debbie Ginsberg

Debbie Ginsberg

Debbie Ginsberg, educational technology librarian at Chicago Kent Law School, and I (Michelle) were connected by friends at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) to discuss what was occurring in the real world of legal technology. Every conversation we had was more and more fascinating, so we collaborated on a Q&A session at the 2017 American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting. The material contained within this article is based on that session, but it only contains a portion of the session’s content. To view the entire session, visit bit.ly/AM17Straighttalk.


Southeastern Law Librarian Special Election Edition 2018, Seaall Feb 2018

Southeastern Law Librarian Special Election Edition 2018, Seaall

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The 2018 Special Election Edition of the Southeastern Law Librarian details the candidates for open SEAALL Officer positions.


Ask A Director: Reporting Accomplishments, Caroline L. Osborne Jan 2018

Ask A Director: Reporting Accomplishments, Caroline L. Osborne

Caroline L. Osborne

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Securing Professional Development: Getting To Yes, Caroline L. Osborne, Carol A. Watson, Amy J. Eaton Jan 2018

Securing Professional Development: Getting To Yes, Caroline L. Osborne, Carol A. Watson, Amy J. Eaton

Caroline L. Osborne

None available.


Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2018, Seaall Jan 2018

Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2018, Seaall

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No abstract provided.


Securing Professional Development: Getting To Yes, Caroline L. Osborne, Carol A. Watson, Amy J. Eaton Jan 2018

Securing Professional Development: Getting To Yes, Caroline L. Osborne, Carol A. Watson, Amy J. Eaton

Scholarly Articles

None available.


Ask A Director: Reporting Accomplishments, Caroline L. Osborne Jan 2018

Ask A Director: Reporting Accomplishments, Caroline L. Osborne

Scholarly Articles

None available.


Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2017, Seaall Oct 2017

Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2017, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Southeastern Law Librarian Summer 2017, Seaall Jul 2017

Southeastern Law Librarian Summer 2017, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Decision Making Models In 2/2 Time: Two Speakers, Two Models (Maybe), Sharon Bradley, Tim Tarvin Jun 2017

Decision Making Models In 2/2 Time: Two Speakers, Two Models (Maybe), Sharon Bradley, Tim Tarvin

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Our students have to learn so many new skills to be successful in law school and law practice. Legal research, client interviewing, and case analysis just for starters. Our teaching methods have to engage our students while preparing them to “think like a lawyer.” We also have the responsibility to familiarize students in evaluating the “benefits and risks associated with relevant technology” and to develop efficient practices and processes. The speakers will look at decision making models that are practical and useable.

One speaker will discuss his experiences in a clinical setting using decision trees, teaching his students to visualize ...


Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2017, Seaall Apr 2017

Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2017, Seaall

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No abstract provided.


Southeastern Law Librarian Special Election Edition 2017, Seaall Feb 2017

Southeastern Law Librarian Special Election Edition 2017, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2017, Seaall Jan 2017

Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2017, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus Dec 2016

The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus

Femi Cadmus

Libraries, like most institutions and industries today, are faced with disruptive technologies that challenge their relevancy in a digital era. As a result, erstwhile notions and nostalgia associated with the quintessential library and librarian are changing rapidly. This is a compelling era to reimagine the library, retaining essential traditions alongside the new technologies, which facilitate the preservation, discoverability, accessibility, and delivery of information. It is also an opportunity for libraries to respond creatively and innovatively to change. The quintessential law library and librarian cannot only survive but can also thrive in the digital era by continuing to demonstrate value through ...


The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus Oct 2016

The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

Libraries, like most institutions and industries today, are faced with disruptive technologies that challenge their relevancy in a digital era. As a result, erstwhile notions and nostalgia associated with the quintessential library and librarian are changing rapidly.

This is a compelling era to reimagine the library, retaining essential traditions alongside the new technologies, which facilitate the preservation, discoverability, accessibility, and delivery of information. It is also an opportunity for libraries to respond creatively and innovatively to change. The quintessential law library and librarian cannot only survive but can also thrive in the digital era by continuing to demonstrate value through ...


Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2016, Seaall Oct 2016

Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2016, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Southeastern Law Librarian Summer 2016, Seaall Jul 2016

Southeastern Law Librarian Summer 2016, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2016, Seaall Apr 2016

Southeastern Law Librarian Spring 2016, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Discovering The Knowledge Monopoly Of Law Librarianship Under The Dikw Pyramid, Xiaomeng Zhang Jan 2016

Discovering The Knowledge Monopoly Of Law Librarianship Under The Dikw Pyramid, Xiaomeng Zhang

Law Librarian Scholarship

Historical debates demonstrated that knowledge monopoly is a key to a profession. This article explores the exclusive knowledge base of the law librarianship profession through the lens of the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom (DIKW) paradigm.


Animal Stories For Good Reference Librarians, Mary Whisner Jan 2016

Animal Stories For Good Reference Librarians, Mary Whisner

Librarians' Articles

This essay uses animals and animal-related metaphors to illustrate several short lessons about practicing reference.


Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2016, Seaall Jan 2016

Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2016, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus Jan 2016

The Quintessential Law Library And Librarian In A Digital Era, Femi Cadmus

Faculty Scholarship

Libraries, like most institutions and industries today, are faced with disruptive technologies that challenge their relevancy in a digital era. As a result, erstwhile notions and nostalgia associated with the quintessential library and librarian are changing rapidly. This is a compelling era to reimagine the library, retaining essential traditions alongside the new technologies, which facilitate the preservation, discoverability, accessibility, and delivery of information. It is also an opportunity for libraries to respond creatively and innovatively to change. The quintessential law library and librarian cannot only survive but can also thrive in the digital era by continuing to demonstrate value through ...


Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2015, Seaall Oct 2015

Southeastern Law Librarian Fall 2015, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.