If you’d like to learn and share knowledge about teaching law practice technology, make sure to put the CS Roundtable Teaching Law Practice Technology: State of the Art on your AALL Annual Meeting schedule. It will be held on Sunday, July 14, from 12:45-1:45 pm, in the Marriott’s George Washington meeting room.
In this roundtable, Faye Jones and Elizabeth Farrell-Clifford will lead a discussion on some common issues confronting law librarians who teach or aspire to teach law practice technology: What types of instruction are most effective, and how can we teach skills that are immediately useful to students and transferable to their careers? Where are we now on this? Is there a consensus about the proper approach to teaching law practice technology? What new challenges face us from AI and rapidly changing law practice technology? And what other issues should we be thinking about?
It promises to be a broad-ranging, thought-provoking exchange, and we hope to see you there!