Annual Meeting Program Committee-Selected Programs

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The following programs were selected for the 2015 AALL Annual Meeting and Conference by the Annual Meeting Program Committee:

Saturday, July 18 (Full-Day Preconference Workshops) 
W1: AALL Hackathon: Connecting Legal Information
W2: AALL Legal Research Teaching Academy
W3: Researching the European Union 
Sunday, July 19  
9:00-10:15 a.m. Opening General Session/Keynote Speaker  
1:00-2:00 p.m.   
A2: Thinking Ahead: Encouraging Strategic Thinking in the Library
A3: Technology Skills Law Librarians Need to Thrive - A Group Discussion
  A4: Legal Information Made Beautiful: Making and Using Law-Related Infographics  
  A5: Get Schooled on Learning: Learning Outcomes and Assessment for Legal Research Instruction Under New ABA Standards 302, 314, and 315 
  A6: Google Analytics: Using the Software, Using the Data 
  A7: Effective Content Management for Improved Patron Service 
2:30-3:30 p.m. B4: Making the Case for Your Career: Creating Killer Cover Letters, Resumes, and LinkedIn Profiles
  B5: What is Waldo Inc.? Connecting the Dots using Competitive Intelligence 
  B6: The Librarians Strike Back: Implementing Strike Teams to Get Stuff Done 
  B7: The Blessing of Fiascos: Essential Tools for Cultivating Innovation and Growth 
  B8: 25 Free Technologies for Law Libraries 

4:00-5:00 p.m.  C1: Advancing CI at Your Mid-Size Firm: You've Got the Theory - Now What? 
  C2: Economic Value of Law Libraries - Raising Awareness, Raising Value 
  C3: AALL Public Policy Update 
  C4: Enough to be Dangerous: 00000110 Things Every Librarian Needs to Know about Coding 
  C5: Designers' Workshop: Subject Guides that Make the Effect You Want 
  C6: International Attorneys and LLM Students: Filling Research Gaps 
Monday, July 20  
10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
D1: Cool Tools Café Deep Dive
  D2: Legal Project Management Deep Dive: The Basics and Beyond
10:00-11:00 a.m.  D3: Proving Your Library's Value: Tips from a Library That Has Done It 
  D4: The Role of Law Libraries in the New Incubator Models: Collaborations That Train New Attorneys to Represent Modest Means Clients 
  D5: Library Finances 101: Developing Workplace Financial Literacy in Your Staff and Institution 
  D6: Using Succession Planning and Knowledge Transfer to Connect the Generations 
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
E3: Balance your Books – What Librarians Need to Know About Accounting
E4: Curated Collaboration Tools Program
  E5: In the Wake of the Kia Audit: Training Laws Students and Lawyers on Legal Technology Skills
2:00-3:00 p.m.
F3: Confronting the Future of Information Policy
  F4: Best Practices for Client-Ready Deliverables
  F5: Strategic Integration of E-books and Digital Content in Law Libraries
  F6: Creative Assessment: Connecting Legal Research Training and Instruction to Results 
  F7: Legal Project Management: The SeyfarthLean® Style

Tuesday, July 21  
8:30-9:30 a.m.
G1: Attorney Research Skills: Join the Conversation Between Law Firm and Academic Law Librarians
G3: Enterprise Social Media: A Business Tool for the Future
  G4: Library Privacy Laws and Drafting a Privacy Policy
  G5: Mighty MT: Enhancing the Value of Machine Translation (MT) Tools for FCIL Reference and Collection Services 
  G6: The Multi-Channel Event Marketing Cycle 
  G7: Library Career Planning: Is Management Right for Everyone? 
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. H2: The Future of ILL: A Debate
  H3: So You Want to be the Big Boss? Progressive Career Growth from Librarian to the Upper Echelons
  H4: Worth 1000 Words – Using Pictures and Formatting to Connect with Data
  H5: Teaching Legal Research for the Non-J.D. Student
  H6: Integrating Aggregated Content into Your Sharepoint Intranet 
12:30-2:00 p.m.
Association Luncheon (sponsored by LexisNexis)
2:30-5:00 p.m.
I1: BIBFRAME Deep Dive: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going?
2:30-3:30 p.m. I2: Improving, Maintaining, and Communicating Your Value with Metrics Analysis and Visualization
  I3: Increase Your Library's Resources and Enhance Your Outreach Efforts without New Funding Using the AGLI Model
  I5: Oral History – the Ultimate Connection
  I6: Law Library Interns: How to Make Them Work for You 
  I7: The Bluebook Five Years and an Edition Later: Connecting Librarians and Editors 
4:00-5:00 p.m.
J2: Curated Process Mapping Program
  J3: Taming the Chaos: Productivity and Time Management for Law Librarians
  J4: So You're a "Databrarian" Now: Learning the Tools of the Trade
  J5: The Wonderful World of Metrics: Showing your Value to Leadership
  J6: How to Succeed in Business Research without Really Trying
  J7: Transitioning to the Revised ABA Law School Accreditation Standards 

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