2016 Proposals Due Tuesday, October 6!
Legal information professionals are experiencing a radical transformation of the workplace–what better place to embrace this transformation than in Chicago, a great city that, through its own transformation, captures the imagination of the great architects and artisans of the world.
AALL members are invited to turn their great ideas
into learner-centric programs
offering high-level content
that can be delivered in an energetic and engaging format
. We want to give librarians the tools to affirm their integral place in the greater legal community.
The Annual Meeting Program Committee
has compiled a list of "must-have" program topics
–timely topics that AALL members have identified as being vital to their professional education. Peruse the list–perhaps one of the topics is exactly what your library has been tackling this year. Perhaps you know the perfect presenter. Perhaps a working group you belong to has been brainstorming about the topic already. Propose a program!
(And of course, if you are thinking about proposing a completely different program–go for it!)
Explore helpful resources in the Information for Program Proposers
section of AALLNET, and then use the online Program and Workshop Proposal Collection site
to develop your proposal in your own workspace, share it with your colleagues, and submit it online by October 6
. We hope we've piqued your interest for Chicago, and we can't wait to see your proposals!