Information Management

Think about:  Collection Development  Organization & Access  Preservation & Retention  Knowledge Management  Information Governance

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Creating a Preservation Plan

Collection care prioritization

Ethical issues - digitizing, making publicly available, ownership

Managing a preservation program

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Is Digitization Preservation?

Common digitization beliefs

Guidelines for the stewardship of digital records

Making digitization and preservation work together

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Records & Information Management - Your Next Law Librarian Post

Records & Information Managers are NOT glorified file clerks. In a legal landscape of public records, eDiscovery and data breaches, Records & Information Management (RIM) is a need that screams for law librarian skills. Learn what RIM is, and how you can demonstrate value and ROI by filling your organization's RIM needs.

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Information Governance -- What Is It & Why Should I Care?

Information Governance (IG) is a natural for law librarians. It combines Knowledge Management (we've been doing that since before the Great Library of Alexandria), IT, Records Management, Data Governance, and many other fields that we deal with on a daily basis. Yet, so many of us are not at the IG table. This intro to IG session explains what IG is, how it affects the entire organization, and where librarian skills fit ...more »

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Public Availability Dates of Prior Art in IPR Proceedings

IPR Proceedings are requiring additional information to determine the public availability date of a print resource (journal/conference proceeding/book), web resource, product guides and online manuals. Law firm libraries are being tasked with determining the public availability date of print resources. Law firm librarians are having to rely heavily on academic librarians and their good will. I think a program at AALL ...more »

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Don't Reinvent Your Research! KM Tips to Reuse Org. Work Product

Cut research time and demonstrate your library's value by using Knowledge Management (KM) and Records and Information (RIM) techniques to reuse, recycle, and re-purpose your organization's work product. Takeaways include: 1) How to identify work product that may have additional uses; 2) Meta data tips to make retrieval easy and accurate; 3) Ways to show that you can apply #s 1 & 2 to the larger organization, and not just ...more »

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OpenRefine to Manage Your Metadata

Hands on deep dive (like this year's Linked Data on Your Laptop) to expose attendees to using OpenRefine software (http://openrefine.org/) to manipulate and manage any form of metadata in your organization. Program should include suggested, practical uses and a significant hands on component.

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Using MarcEdit: Beyond the Basics

Hands on preconference workshop or deep dive (like this year's Linked Data on Your Laptop) to expose attendees to advanced, specialized, and sophisticated uses of MarcEdit software (http://marcedit.reeset.net/). Program should include practical example uses and a significant hands on component.

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Tools for Metadata Enhancement: MarcEdit and More

Deep Dive (preferred) or regular session to provide an in-depth introduction of metadata enhancement and customization tools such as MarcEdit, OpenRefine, and Python. Program would illustrate more advanced features of common tools (MarcEdit) while illustrating the capabilities and benefits of tools metadata librarians may not be as familiar with (Python). If done as a Deep Dive, at least 30-45 minutes would be devoted ...more »

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Vendor statistics: are we asking the right questions?

Are we getting the information we actually need from vendor statistics? How do we get the data we really need using the tools we have.

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FCIL basics for catalogers: Collaborating to Ensure Access

Catalogers will develop familiarity with the differences between foreign law, international law and comparative law; legal terminology and world legal systems; translation issues and tools; performing subject analysis in foreign languages; useful resources such as Int-law, FCIL forums, and the IALL listserv in addition to developing a network of FCIL librarians. Non-cataloging FCIL librarians will become more informed ...more »

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IRs Beyond Faculty Scholarship and Law Reviews

Advanced issues in IR administration & management, including:

-Copyright issues

-Digitization

-Special collections

-Best practices

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