As AALL President Joyce Manna Janto announced in her September E-newsletter today, AALL is hosting a free Webinar on October 6, from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. CDT, Come One, Come All! Your Help Needed to Populate the National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials.
This training session is for all 250 of our State Working Group volunteers, as well as members of AALL and our chapters who are not yet involved. Speakers include:
Emily Janoski-Haehlen – Assistant Director of Research & Online Services, Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law Library
Kentucky State Working Group coordinator Emily Janoski-Haehlen, immediate past chair of the Electronic Legal Information Access & Citation Committee, will explain how the national inventory supports the Association’s commitment to equitable, no-fee, permanent public access to authentic legal information on government Web sites.
Joan Bellistri – Law Librarian, Anne Arundel County Public Law Library
Maryland State Working Group coordinator Joan Bellistri will offer tips and strategies to help working groups get organized and divide up the work to meet deadlines. She will also share her experience setting up the Maryland Google Group for her volunteers to exchange information.
Sarah Glassmeyer – Faculty Services and Outreach Librarian, Valparaiso University School of Law Library
Indiana State Working Group coordinator Sarah Glassmeyer will explain how easy it is to use Google Docs to populate your inventory. She will also share her tips and tricks for making the form and spreadsheet work for you.
You’ll come away from the Webinar with a greater understanding of how the national inventory supports AALL policy and goals, and with the confidence and skills you need to complete your state’s inventory.
To take advantage of this exciting opportunity, please register today!
[Posted by Emily Feldman]