Date/Time: Monday, July 16, 2018: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Speakers: Patrick Parsons, Georgia State University College of Law Library; Laura Ray, Cleveland Marshall College of Law Library (Cleveland State University)
Information professionals are increasingly becoming responsible for providing legal research instruction within traditional law school curricula or via alternative educational programming. Did you ever start offering “extra” research or technology training sessions for law students, just to see initial momentum turn to malaise? This presentation will describe how library educational and certificate programming can pedagogically enhance law school legal research and technology curricula, as well as examine specific programming examples from inception, to proposal, to implementation and management. Panelists will discuss topic selection, institutional buy-in, marketing, and presentation issues, and utilize crowdsourcing to add participants’ collective knowledge to the discussion.
This program is sponsored by the ALL-SIS.