Submitted by Timothy Coggins, Chair, ALL-SIS 2002 Education Committee
The Academic SIS will sponsor four programs,
one workshop, and one plenary session at the 2002 Annual Meeting in Orlando. Join
your colleagues to learn about teaching, privacy and civil liberties in this security
conscious world, e-reference, budgets, public services/technical services interaction,
and moving from one type of law library to another type of library.
Here's the schedule for workshops and programs sponsored by the Academic Law
Libraries SIS at the Annual Meeting.
Saturday, July 20: Workshop - "Inverting the Classroom"
Sunday, July 21, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.:
"E-Reference Services: Collaborating to Make the 24/7 Connection"
"Technology Acquisition: Must the Library Budget Be Sacrificed?"
Monday, July 22, 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.:
"Technical and Public Services Connections: Making the Most of Your
Monday, July 22, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.:
"From Town to Gown: Law Librarians Connecting in a New Workplace"
Check out the Annual Meeting preliminary program for descriptions of these
ALL-SIS also is sponsoring one plenary session, scheduled for Tuesday, July
23, 10:15-11:45 a.m., at the Annual Meeting. David Sobel is the General Counsel
of the Electronic Privacy Information Center. He will address "Electronic
Surveillance: Recent Legal Developments." The focus of his presentation
will be the many issues facing privacy advocates today, including those relating
to the legal and privacy rights of citizens, anti-terrorism legislation, and
the government's ability to initiate and conduct electronic surveillance without
search warrants or court-appointed wiretap orders.
The ALL-SIS 2002 Education Committee members hope that you enjoy this diverse
lineup of programs at the Annual Meeting. Committee members include Marlene
Bubrick, Lynn Hartke, Carole Hinchcliff, Charles Oates, George Pike, Rosalie
Sanderson, and Timothy Coggins. We look forward to seeing you in Orlando.