Annual Meeting Program Committee-Selected Programs

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The following programs were selected for the 2016 AALL Annual Meeting and Conference by the Annual Meeting Program Committee:

Saturday, July 16 (Full-Day Preconference Workshops) 
W1: AALL Hackathon: Connecting Legal Information
W2: Finding Time: Lean Six Sigma
W3: Two Sides to the United Nations: Working with Public and Private International Law at the U.N.
W4: RDA Hugo-a-thon 
W5: Linked Data and BIBFRAME in Action: From Theory to Practice 
   
Sunday, July 17  
9:00-10:15 a.m. Opening General Session/Keynote Speaker  
   
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.   
A2: Inside the Ivory Towers: Competitive Intelligence for Law Schools
A3: Crowdsourcing a Skill Set to Manage the Legal Information of the Future
  A4: "Are People Even Using This Database?": e-Resources and Statistics  
  A6: Information Security: Changing Access Concerns and Data Protection Best (and Sometimes Easy) Practices 
   
2:30-5:00 p.m. B1: Deep Dive: Cool Tools Café
  B2: Deep Dive: Hooking the CI White Whale: Advanced Analytics in a CI Report 
   
2:30-3:30 p.m.  B4: Research Competencies: From Classroom to Practice 
  B5: AALL Public Policy Update 
  B6: Legal Workspaces of the Future 

 
4:00-5:00 p.m.  C1: How Congress Really Works: Rethinking Legislative History 
  C2: Asian Legal Information in English: Availability, Accessibility, and Quality Control 
  C3: Improv(ing) Library Communication and Teamwork with Applied Improvisation 
  C5: Creating the Future of Discovery and Research: BIBFRAME 101 for Library Directors (and Everyone Else) 
   
Monday, July 18  
9:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
D1: Deep Dive: Are You Paying Attention? — Big Data's Impact on the Legal Industry
   
9:45-10:45 a.m.  D2: #noscript: Using Recordings to Save Time and Improve Learning 
  D4: Virtual Footprints: Vetting People in the Digital Age 
  D5: Developing a Business/Corporate Legal Research Course Without Ever Having Billed an Hour 
  D6: Curated Program: Negotiation 
  D7: CRM/DMS/EDD/KM - What Are They and Why Should I Care? 
  D8: Curated Program: Productive Use of Outside Consultants 
   
11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
E1: What to Expect When Doing a Training: A New Perspective on An Evolving Role
 
E2: Practical Magic: Capturing Institutional Knowledge
  E3: Creating New Futures: Conversations on Career Transitions
  E5: How to Create a Positive Culture in Your Law Library (Whether or Not You're a Manager) 
  E6: Mindful Meditation: Reduce Stress and Improve Your Work, Workplace, and World 
  E7: Contract Review: Considering the Vendor Relationship and Key Terms 
   
2:00-3:00 p.m.
F2: Scaling Initiatives into Larger Services
  F3: Teaching Legal Technology - Whose Job Is It Anyway?: A Stakeholder Dialogue
  F4: Understanding the Creation and Use of the Law Firm's Internal Data
  F5: Curated Program: Dashboards 
  F6: The Changing Role of Information Professionals: Opportunities in E-Discovery
  F7: Disruption in the Legal Industry: What's Arrived, and What's Coming 

 
Tuesday, July 19  
8:30-9:30 a.m.
G1: Numbers as Narrative: How to Create Captivating Infographics for Any Audience
 
G2: Who Owns This? Researching Copyright Status and Ownership
  G3: Creating Interactive Videos to Enhance Instruction
  G4: Beyond the Usual Suspects: Collaborating with "the Rest" of Your Institution 
  G5: Metrics: Redefining and Proving Value 
  G6: How Are We Doing?: Using Outcomes Assessment to Improve Legal Research Instruction 
  G7: Can Robots Be Lawyers? Meet ROSS, and Glimpse the Future of AI in Law 
  G8: Enterprise Search Initiatives: New Opportunities for Your Organization 
   
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. H1: Virtual Team Communication - Creating a Communication Plan to Foster a Culture of Trust and Collaboration
  H2: Who Owns This? Researching Patent Ownership
  H3: "Disruptunity": The Legal Research Revolution Is Now!
  H4: Vanishing Online? Legal and Policy Implications for Libraries of the EU's "Right to Be Forgotten"
  H5: Innovations in Teaching with Technology 
  H6: Captivate: Presentations That Engage and Win Over Today's Audiences 
  H7: Curated Program: CPL Design Thinking 
   
2:30-4:30 p.m.
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