This is a one-hour recording of the CI Deliverables webinar presented November 13, 2014, by Emily Rushing Cunningham, Julie Hughes, and Mark Gediman. Kevin Miles moderated.
Emily Rushing Cunningham is the Manager of Competitive Intelligence at Haynes and Boone LLP.
Julie Hughes is the Library Director at Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP
Mark Gediman is Director of Information Services at Best Best & Krieger.
Kevin Miles is Librarian at Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP.
Collection Development In The Age Of The Virtual Law Firm Library
“Collection Development in the Age of the Virtual Law Firm Library” presented by Steve Lastres and moderated by Sarah Mauldin on September 30, 2014.
Profession in Transformation
Join the Financial Times for ‘A Profession in Transformation,’ featuring in-depth commentary on information services for strategic business decisions. There will be a particular focus on the issues facing law librarians.
Tune into this webinar to hear these in-depth, interviews recounted, and matched against data collected from nearly 1,000 information professionals to uncover key expectation gabs between information providers and users.
We will explore the 5 habits of an added value law librarian:
- Habit 1: Communicate your value
- Habit 2: Understand the drivers
- Habit 3: Efficiently manage the process
- Habit 4: Keep up on your technical skills
- Habit 5: Provide decision-ready information
The data, case studies, and interviews will converge to provide actionable insight on how information professionals will transition into client-centric, decision-enabling strategic arms of any type of organization.
To view the webinar, please visit this link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/557282022.
To see slides from the webinar, please visit this link: Webinar – Profession in Transformation Slides.
If you would also like to download a complimentary copy of the full FT research report commissioned in association with SLA, please visit www.ft.com/SLA