The Resource The power of connection AALL 2015 : 108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA

The power of connection AALL 2015 : 108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA

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The power of connection AALL 2015 : 108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA
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The power of connection AALL 2015
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108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA
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  • 108th Annual Meeting & Conference
  • 108th Annual Meeting and Conference
  • AALL 2015 Annual meeting
  • 2015 AALL Annual Meeting and Conference
  • Philadelphia AALL 2015
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Z675.L2
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A43 2015
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The power of connection AALL 2015 : 108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA
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  • Recorded at the 108th AALL annual meeting & conference, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Convention Center, July 18-21, 2015
  • Includes video and power point slides
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  • audio disc
  • computer disc
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  • sd
  • cd
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  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
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  • spoken word
  • text
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  • spw
  • txt
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  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • A5.
  • disc 6. H2. The
  • future of ILL : a debate
  • H3.
  • So you want to be the big boss? Progressive career growth from Librarian to the upper echelons
  • H4.
  • Worth 1,000 words : using pictures and formatting to connect with data
  • H5.
  • Teaching legal research for the non-JD student
  • H6.
  • Integrating aggregated content into your SharePoint intranet
  • Get schooled on learning : learning outcomes and assessment for legal research instruction under new ABA standards 302, 314, and 315
  • I1.
  • BIBFRAME : how did we get here and where are we going?
  • I2.
  • Improving, maintaining, and communicating your value with metrics analysis and visualization
  • I3.
  • Increase your library's resources and enhance your outreach efforts without new funding : using the AGLI model
  • I4.
  • Managing challenging patron behavior : stop, collaborate, and listen
  • I5.
  • Oral history : the ultimate connection
  • A6.
  • I6.
  • Law library interns : how to make them work for you
  • I8.
  • Finding legal opportunities through forensic business development research
  • disc 7. J1.
  • Voices from the past : using rare and antiquarian books in the modern practice of law
  • J2.
  • Understanding your users through process mapping
  • J3.
  • Taming the chaos : productivity and time management for law librarians
  • Google analytics : using the software, using the data
  • J5. The
  • wonderful world of metrics : showing your value to leadership
  • J6.
  • How to succeed in business research without really trying
  • J7.
  • Transitioning to the revised ABA law school accreditation standards
  • A7.
  • Effective content management for improved patron service
  • A8.
  • Hot topic : technological innovation in the practice of law
  • disc 2. B1. The
  • power of connection in academic libraries
  • Disc 1.
  • B2.
  • Work smarter, not harder : more hip tips for the acquisitions librarian
  • B3.
  • Building sustainable public library partnerships
  • B4.
  • Making the case for your career : creating killer cover letters, resumes, and LinkedIn profiles
  • B5.
  • What is Waldo Inc.? Connecting the dots using competitive intelligence
  • B6. The
  • librarians strike back : implementing strike teams to get stuff done
  • Opening general session/Keynote speaker Terry Gross
  • B7.
  • Rethinking failures : essential tools for cultivating innovation and growth
  • B8.
  • 15 free technologies for law libraries
  • disc 3. C1.
  • Advancing CI at your midsize firm : you've got the theory-now what?
  • C2.
  • Economic value of law libraries : raising awareness, raising value
  • C3.
  • AALL public policy update
  • AI.
  • C4.
  • Enough to be dangerous: 00000110 things every librarian needs to know about coding
  • C5.
  • Designers' workshop : subject guides that create the effect you want
  • C6.
  • International attorneys and LLM students : filling research gaps
  • C7.
  • Diversity symposium : celebrating diversity (sponsored by LexisNexis)
  • C8.
  • Struggling with juggling? how to stress less
  • Cross-border disputes : dissecting the international investment arbitration
  • disc 4. D3.
  • Proving your library's value : tips from a library that has done it
  • D4. The
  • role of law libraries in the new incubator models : collaborations that train new attorneys to represent modest means clients
  • D6.
  • Using succession planning and knowledge transfer to connect the generations
  • D7.
  • Striking a balance in your library catalog : TMI vs. TLI
  • D8.
  • Influence : the art and science of changing minds
  • A2.
  • E1.
  • Uncovering discovery systems : digging beyond the hype and gripe
  • E3.
  • Balance your books : what librarians need to know about accounting
  • E4.
  • Plays well with others : how collaboration and crowdsourcing are changing legal research
  • E5.
  • In the wake of the Kia audit : training law students and lawyers on legal technology skills
  • E6.
  • Hot topic : contestant, doctor, lawyer, chef : IBM Watson moving from Jeopardy to the legal landscape
  • Thinking ahead : encouraging strategic thinking in the library
  • disc 5. F1.
  • Communicating with everyone : clear writing and expression
  • F2.
  • So you want to be a web services librarian?
  • F3.
  • Confronting the future of information policy
  • F4.
  • Best practices for client-ready deliverables
  • F5.
  • Strategic integration of E-books and digital content in law libraries
  • A3.
  • F6.
  • Creative assessment : connecting legal research training and instruction to results
  • F7.
  • Legal lean Sigma® and project management
  • F8.
  • Motivating staff to achieve your organization's goals
  • G2. The
  • jail mail blues : how law libraries support access to justice for prisoners
  • G3.
  • Enterprise social media : a business tool for the future
  • Technology skills law librarians need to thrive : a group discussion
  • G4.
  • Library privacy laws and drafting a privacy policy
  • G5.
  • Mighty MT : enhancing the value of machine translation, tools for FCIL reference and collection services
  • G6. The
  • multi-channel event marketing cycle
  • G7.
  • Library career planning : is management right for everyone?
  • G8.
  • Take control of you reputation
Dimensions
4 3/4 in
Extent
7 sound discs
Media category
  • audio
  • computer
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
  • c
Note
Library's copy downloaded from AALL Web site and copied to discs
Other physical details
digital
Label
The power of connection AALL 2015 : 108th Annual Meeting & Conference, July 18-21, Philadelphia, PA
Publication
Note
  • Recorded at the 108th AALL annual meeting & conference, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Convention Center, July 18-21, 2015
  • Includes video and power point slides
Carrier category
  • audio disc
  • computer disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
  • cd
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Content category
  • spoken word
  • text
Content type code
  • spw
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • A5.
  • disc 6. H2. The
  • future of ILL : a debate
  • H3.
  • So you want to be the big boss? Progressive career growth from Librarian to the upper echelons
  • H4.
  • Worth 1,000 words : using pictures and formatting to connect with data
  • H5.
  • Teaching legal research for the non-JD student
  • H6.
  • Integrating aggregated content into your SharePoint intranet
  • Get schooled on learning : learning outcomes and assessment for legal research instruction under new ABA standards 302, 314, and 315
  • I1.
  • BIBFRAME : how did we get here and where are we going?
  • I2.
  • Improving, maintaining, and communicating your value with metrics analysis and visualization
  • I3.
  • Increase your library's resources and enhance your outreach efforts without new funding : using the AGLI model
  • I4.
  • Managing challenging patron behavior : stop, collaborate, and listen
  • I5.
  • Oral history : the ultimate connection
  • A6.
  • I6.
  • Law library interns : how to make them work for you
  • I8.
  • Finding legal opportunities through forensic business development research
  • disc 7. J1.
  • Voices from the past : using rare and antiquarian books in the modern practice of law
  • J2.
  • Understanding your users through process mapping
  • J3.
  • Taming the chaos : productivity and time management for law librarians
  • Google analytics : using the software, using the data
  • J5. The
  • wonderful world of metrics : showing your value to leadership
  • J6.
  • How to succeed in business research without really trying
  • J7.
  • Transitioning to the revised ABA law school accreditation standards
  • A7.
  • Effective content management for improved patron service
  • A8.
  • Hot topic : technological innovation in the practice of law
  • disc 2. B1. The
  • power of connection in academic libraries
  • Disc 1.
  • B2.
  • Work smarter, not harder : more hip tips for the acquisitions librarian
  • B3.
  • Building sustainable public library partnerships
  • B4.
  • Making the case for your career : creating killer cover letters, resumes, and LinkedIn profiles
  • B5.
  • What is Waldo Inc.? Connecting the dots using competitive intelligence
  • B6. The
  • librarians strike back : implementing strike teams to get stuff done
  • Opening general session/Keynote speaker Terry Gross
  • B7.
  • Rethinking failures : essential tools for cultivating innovation and growth
  • B8.
  • 15 free technologies for law libraries
  • disc 3. C1.
  • Advancing CI at your midsize firm : you've got the theory-now what?
  • C2.
  • Economic value of law libraries : raising awareness, raising value
  • C3.
  • AALL public policy update
  • AI.
  • C4.
  • Enough to be dangerous: 00000110 things every librarian needs to know about coding
  • C5.
  • Designers' workshop : subject guides that create the effect you want
  • C6.
  • International attorneys and LLM students : filling research gaps
  • C7.
  • Diversity symposium : celebrating diversity (sponsored by LexisNexis)
  • C8.
  • Struggling with juggling? how to stress less
  • Cross-border disputes : dissecting the international investment arbitration
  • disc 4. D3.
  • Proving your library's value : tips from a library that has done it
  • D4. The
  • role of law libraries in the new incubator models : collaborations that train new attorneys to represent modest means clients
  • D6.
  • Using succession planning and knowledge transfer to connect the generations
  • D7.
  • Striking a balance in your library catalog : TMI vs. TLI
  • D8.
  • Influence : the art and science of changing minds
  • A2.
  • E1.
  • Uncovering discovery systems : digging beyond the hype and gripe
  • E3.
  • Balance your books : what librarians need to know about accounting
  • E4.
  • Plays well with others : how collaboration and crowdsourcing are changing legal research
  • E5.
  • In the wake of the Kia audit : training law students and lawyers on legal technology skills
  • E6.
  • Hot topic : contestant, doctor, lawyer, chef : IBM Watson moving from Jeopardy to the legal landscape
  • Thinking ahead : encouraging strategic thinking in the library
  • disc 5. F1.
  • Communicating with everyone : clear writing and expression
  • F2.
  • So you want to be a web services librarian?
  • F3.
  • Confronting the future of information policy
  • F4.
  • Best practices for client-ready deliverables
  • F5.
  • Strategic integration of E-books and digital content in law libraries
  • A3.
  • F6.
  • Creative assessment : connecting legal research training and instruction to results
  • F7.
  • Legal lean Sigma® and project management
  • F8.
  • Motivating staff to achieve your organization's goals
  • G2. The
  • jail mail blues : how law libraries support access to justice for prisoners
  • G3.
  • Enterprise social media : a business tool for the future
  • Technology skills law librarians need to thrive : a group discussion
  • G4.
  • Library privacy laws and drafting a privacy policy
  • G5.
  • Mighty MT : enhancing the value of machine translation, tools for FCIL reference and collection services
  • G6. The
  • multi-channel event marketing cycle
  • G7.
  • Library career planning : is management right for everyone?
  • G8.
  • Take control of you reputation
Dimensions
4 3/4 in
Extent
7 sound discs
Media category
  • audio
  • computer
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
  • c
Note
Library's copy downloaded from AALL Web site and copied to discs
Other physical details
digital

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