If you missed sessions this summer during the AALL meeting and haven't yet found the time to listen to the recordings on AALL2go, the Fall 2012 issue of the ALL-SIS newsletter has reviews of programs including
  • A4 E-Stats Collection for Your Non-Stacks Collection
  • Walking the Tightrope: Licensed Data Access and Restrictions
  • Technology and Law Librarianship
  • The New FDLP: A Collaborative Future for Government Information
  • Law Library Research Assistant Programs: Two Different Models
  • Piercing the Veil of Sovereignty: The Sources of International Human Rights Law
  • Helping Others Learn, Connect, and Grow Through Times of Stress
  • Making Sense of Canadian Legislation
  • Asking Hard Questions: Teaching Through Questions and Controversy
  • CONELL
  • The Law of the Salem Witch Trials

The newsletter also contains member news and a list of the 2012-2013 committee members.