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Video Editing for Law Librarians

Basics of video editing to be used for patron instruction, outreach, in-house and association training. Program would include overview of commonly-completed tasks, tips on video capture, and intro to common free, low-cost, and high-cost/professional software/hardware options. The program could be expanded to a workshop or deep dive depending on interest.

Submitted by (@joseph.lawson)

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Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick: Classroom Management

This program will explore the nuances of and identify techniques for how librarians who serve in a teaching capacity (professor, lecturer, instructor) can better manage a classroom. Classroom management is the process by which teachers and schools create and maintain appropriate behavior of students in classroom settings. The purpose of implementing classroom management strategies is to enhance pro-social behavior and ...more »

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CLE Administration

Has CLE become a responsibility of the firm library? I'm not quite sure the form this would take yet but I would love to see how other firms manage CLE and how we can add value to this beast.

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Overview of various Knowledge Management or Time-Keeping Systems

Instructional librarians are increasing being called upon to produce practice-ready students, and similarly, to tailor their ALR classes to meet ABA simulation course standards. One method of achieving these goals is to incorporate knowledge management systems and/or time-keeping systems into the classroom. As academic librarians, we do not have access to these various systems (vendors have been reluctant to give demo ...more »

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Workshops on the Cheap

Over the last year, members of IFLA and IALL have worked together to host workshops in Africa for law librarians there to help them build their network and strengthen their libraries. We have found that hosting these workshops can be done for a reasonable amount of money by creatively pairing with vendors and reaching out to others who share similar interests and willingness to work hard for success. This program would ...more »

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Access to Justice, Public Libraries - the Law Library Connection

Law libraries have much to offer in access to justice. This program would explore the current state of access to justice and public libraries, with Maryland’s experience as an example, and discuss the role of the law librarian in content development. Maryland’s Access to Justice Commission is working with law librarians to create a coordinated approach to access to justice and public libraries by bringing together legal ...more »

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Managing Unconscious Bias to Strengthen Your Corporate Culture

Have you ever examined the sources of unconscious bias and how it can influence interactions with others? Have you ever understood how cultural values impact our own biases and interactions? Understanding unconscious biases and cultural awareness are critical first steps towards improving our performance, however we cannot stop there. Awareness alone does not guarantee success, but the ultimate question is how to take ...more »

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Neuroeducational Research & Teaching

There are serious questions regarding the role that a better understanding of neuroscience can play in how we educate students. This program will separate popular myth from promising research and tell us what from the field of brain science, if anything, we can apply in the classroom.

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Researching a Public International Law Issue

Researching a public international law issue can seem daunting, but Article 38 of the ICJ Statute sets out a good roadmap as to the relevant sources to consult - international conventions (treaties), international custom, general principles, and judicial decisions. Using the IALL Public International Law Research Instruction Guidelines (which are based off of Article 38) as an outline, participants will explore the best ...more »

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Assessment Grab Bag: Venturing Beyond the Traditional

Treasure hunts and research memos are the norm for assessing students in legal research courses, and each have their merits: treasure hunt questions allow the instructor to test students on specific research techniques and resources, and research memos give students practice engaging in the entire legal research process, while also testing their writing skills, another shortcoming often cited in practitioner surveys. ...more »

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Revisiting Copyright and Fair Use in a Technological Era

Much as authors and publishers have taken advantage of technology to decrease costs, reach new audiences, and develop new delivery mechanisms, libraries and users should keep abreast of technology and explore how it might be deployed to expand or enhance fair uses. This program would discuss possible new paths for libraries (e.g., digitize and lend) to meet the needs of their users while maintaining the balance of interests ...more »

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