Author: Deborah Ginsberg
Educational Technology Librarian at Chicago-Kent College of Law

So last month CLIO held its annual conference — wait… I’m pretty sure it was last month  — *checks CLIO site* Yes, last month, from Oct. 13-16, CLIO held its annual conference, this year virtually.  Academics could get a $99 …

CLIO 2020: Oh, hey, yet another virtual conference! Read More »

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Getting Started on my Desk On March 12, the local schools closed.  On March 13, I went to the office for a meeting, packed some things, and went home. I’ve been WFH ever since. The first thing I did when …

Welcome to My Desk! What I’ve Done to Stay Grounded During COVID-19 Read More »

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Chicago, first week of June.  Usually in the mid-70s.  Might not rain. Cubs are in town Wednesday, Sox on Friday and Saturday.  The Monet exhibit will still be at the Art Institute.  The Lincoln Park Zoo is always free, as …

Have you submitted your CALI proposal yet? Due March 6! Read More »

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The landscape in the Trello looked great, but where on Earth was it?  This video shows how I used Google Image Search to find out.  I also talk about Google Image Search tools, finding free images in Unsplash, searching for …

Look at that! Finding images on the web that you can actually use Read More »

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In this video, Cindy Bassett, Electronic Services Librarian at the University of Missouri School of Law, demonstrates Powernotes, a paid browser extension that helps researchers to collect sources and citations from multiple websites.  Powernotes is a great tool to create outlines or …

Cool Tools 2018 Spotlight: Powernotes Read More »

A great big congratulations is in order! As many of you may know, the CS-SIS Executive Board decided to off an additional grant to the assortment of grants and awards the SIS offers each year.  Providing assistance for a member to attend the preeminent event focused …

CS-SIS ABA TECHSHOW Grant winner Read More »

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The CS Executive Board invites you to be an active partner in CS-SIS. With members from all types of libraries, whose functions range from network and system administrators, lab supervisors, and webmasters to department heads and library directors, the Computing …

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We are proud to announce Susan Boland is this year’s recipient of the Kenneth J. Hirsh distinguished service award!   Susan has been a leader and active participant in CS-SIS for over 15 years. Over this time, Susan has sat on …

Susan Boland – 2018 Winner of the CS-SIS Kenneth J. Hirsh Distinguished Service Award! Read More »

The Computing Services Special Interest Section is sponsoring three discussion-oriented roundtable sessions this year, each focused on a topic of current interest and led by an expert member who is actively working in the area. Teaching Law Practice Technology Courses …

Join us at AALL for CS-SIS roundtables Read More »

Congratulations to this year’s CS-SIS Grand Award Winners! Experienced Law Librarian Grant: Lucinda Harrison-Cox, Roger Williams School of Law Cynthia Bassett, Univ. of Missouri School of Law Newer Law Librarian Grant: Aaron Retteen, Texas A & M Univ. School of La