AALL Innovation Showcase

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Innovation is change that adds value and improves productivity. It comes in many forms—new offerings, new ways of delivering existing services, applying technology creatively, a new operating model or a tutorial for process improvement, new solutions to a problem, or a new collaboration or special outreach to stakeholders.

Law librarians and legal information professionals innovate every day—especially in the past year. The AALL Innovation Showcase is an opportunity to explore your colleagues' innovations, presented as short videos and categorized by three library types: government, law firm, and law school.

Watch them all! AALL members voted for the innovation(s) they found most helpful and the results are in—"Review It" swept all three type-of-library categories and garnered a $3,000 prize. Thanks to everyone who participated in this first Innovation Showcase.

Government

Access Digital Resources from the Law Library
Tonya E. Baroudi & Vickie Yiannoulou, Prince George's County Circuit Court Law Library

Review-It - SHOWCASE WINNER!
Lindsey Carpino, BakerHostetler, & Annie Mentkowski, United States Railroad Retirement Board Library

Search for Official Maryland Court Forms Online
Tonya E. Baroudi & Vickie Yiannoulou, Prince George's County Circuit Court Law Library

Search the Maryland Rules Online
Tonya E. Baroudi & Vickie Yiannoulou, Prince George's County Circuit Court Law Library

Unbound Virtual Presentations
David P. Whelan, The Law Society of Ontario

Using Geolocation to Control Patron Registrations at the Texas State Law Library
Laura Gienger & Amy Small, Texas State Law Library

Law Firm

Creating a Virtual Law Library Scavenger Hunt
Ellyssa Valenti Kroski, The New York Law Institute

NP Project Portal
Marcia Burris, Nexsen Pruet LLC

Review-It- SHOWCASE WINNER!
Lindsey Carpino, BakerHostetler, & Annie Mentkowski, United States Railroad Retirement Board Library

Law School

Chatting for Justice
Debora Person, George Hopper Law Library, University of Wyoming College of Law

How to Do Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research: Five Tips!
Marcelo Rodriguez, University of Arizona Law Library

Kansas Protection Order Portal - KS POP
Ayyoub Ajmi & Staci Pratt, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law

Maximizing Scholarly Access, Impact, and Visibility
Bonnie Shucha, Emma Babler, Elizabeth Manriquez, & Kris Turner, University of Wisconsin Law Library

Process Before Technology: UGA Law Library's Surprisingly Simple "Request Items" Webform
Rachel S. Evans, University of Georgia Law Library

Review-It- SHOWCASE WINNER!
Lindsey Carpino, BakerHostetler, & Annie Mentkowski, United States Railroad Retirement Board Library

Take the Paper. . . and the Work . . .Out of Reference Paperwork
Dean Rowan, Kristina Chamorro, & Michael Lindsey, UC Berkeley School of Law

Using LibGuides and RSS Feeds to Provide Personalized Current Awareness Services
Maya Swanes, University of Washington Gallagher Law Library

Wyoming Road to Justice
Debora Person, George Hopper Law Library, University of Wyoming College of Law

SPONSOR INFORMATION

This opportunity is co-sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries and LexisNexis.

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