First Call for Program/Workshop Ideas! 2003 AALL Annual Meeting - Seattle, Washington - July -12-16

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The recently appointed ALL-SIS Education Committee's major task is to propose program proposals for the 2003 Annual Meeting. The more ideas we have to brainstorm, the better our desired results -- high quality program proposals that are accepted because they are of interest and relevance to the lives of academic law librarians.

We are now seeking ideas - all ideas for speakers and program or workshop topics are welcome - whether they are small, grandiose, ordinary, crazy, recycled, cutting edge, offbeat or unusual. Academic law librarians are ravenous information seekers with eclectic reading tastes. Please let us know if you have attended presentations, or come across ideas or information that has the potential to be translated into AALL programs or workshops. Your Education Committee needs to know what type of programs are of best value to you!

At this stage, please jot down your ideas. You may use the form below if you wish, or otherwise email, fax or snail mail your ideas to the current Education Co-Chairs.

Idea for 2003 AALL Annual Meeting:





Proposer's Name & Email Address: ______________________________________________________________

Thank you.

Ajaye Bloomstone
Associate Librarian, Acquisitions
Louisiana State University
Paul M. Hebert Law Center Library
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-1010
(225) 578 4044
(225) 578 5773 (fax)
Carole L. Hinchcliff
Associate Director
The Ohio State University
Moritz Law Library
55 West 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-1391
(614) 292 0903
(614) 292 3202 (fax)