Author: leers@pitt.edu

The Law School Ed Tech Blog has started up again with two new posts. The blog focuses on educational technology issues in law schools. Contributors include educational technologists and librarians from law schools around the country. In the most recent post, …

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Law Librarian Conversations Welcome to the New Year: Net Neutrality and the Death of the World Wide Web Join Richard Leiter and the crew for a live podcast tomorrow, August 20, from 3:00-4:00 PM Eastern with special guests: Prof Marvin …

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The AALL is offering six-week online course, to be held from September 28 to November 2, 2010, designed to “help you achieve higher management performance and advance your career potential.” The course will be taught by Maureen Sullivan, owner of …

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The Law Librarian Conversations crew will have an online “AALL Annual Meeting debriefing” today at 3 pm Eastern time. You can register here and participate in the chat room during the broadcast here.

Zotero, the free, open source add-on for the Firefox browser, has taken notice of law schools, according to a letter posted to the teknoids listserv. from Frank Bennett . Zotero enables users to manage bibliographic data and to store web-page …

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Law librarian, CS-SIS member and crackerjack crooner Ken Hirsh has blogposted information for this, the 10th anniversary annual conference AALL Karaoke outing. Do visit his blog for all the info. The brief info is this: this year’s evening will be …

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This week's Law Librarian Conversations webinar will discuss the Twitter/Facebook/Google land grab, Librarians and KM, and summer plans, including a review of this summer's conferences.The live show will air on Friday May 7 at 3 pm Eastern, 2 pm Central …

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Friday April 16 at 3:00 Eastern, 2:00 Central time, Law Librarian Conversations with special guests Tom Boone, Jason Eiseman and Sarah Glassmeyer will discuss recent news items and technology developments including: Library of Congress acquires Twitter content White House to …

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This Friday, April 2, on Law Librarian Conversations the topic for discussion is “Collection Development in Academic Law Libraries in the Face of Budget Cuts”. From the description: This week's conversation will focus on collection development in academic law libraries …

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Emily Feldman, AALL Advocacy Communications Assistant who is working with the White House's Open Government working group, is asking AALL members to contact her with specific types of information and datasets that you’d like to see Federal government  agencies publish. …

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