To keep the conversation flowing in Boston, informal “Coffee Talk” discussions will be held on Tuesday morning. Attendees can brainstorm, sound off, and share their challenges, experiences, and ideas—and strengthen ties to their professional community. The following table topics will be hosted by AALL members:
The Library Without Walls – Raising the Profile of Your Library
Martin Tomlinson, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
Keeping Connections Strong When You’re Part of a Virtual Team
Phyllis Thornton, McCarthy Tetrault LLP
Sharing State Advocacy Strategies to Safeguard Public Law Libraries
Jonathan C. Stock, Southern New England Law Librarians Association
Chatting About LibGuides
Tina M. Brooks and Beau Steenken, University of Kentucky Law Library
Trends in Academic Legal Scholarly Communications
Allison C. Reeve, University of Kansas, Wheat Law Library
Considerations for Online Vendor Contract Negotiations
Patricia Schminke, Hunter, Maclean, Exley & Dunn, PC
Fears and Bad Habits, Be Gone! Tips for Becoming a More Effective Speaker
Carol Watson, University of Georgia
2013 Programming Idea-Share — Curating and Collaborating to Deliver the Content You Need
Julie Pabarja, DLA Piper, 2013 Annual Meeting Program Committee Chair
Licensing Electronic Content: From Fair Use to Escape Clauses, and Everything in Between
Margaret K. Maes, Legal Information Preservation Alliance, AALL Vendor Liaison; Tracy L. Thompson-Przylucki, New England Law Library Consortium, Inc.
Are E-books a Part of Your Library?
Jeremy Sullivan, DLA Piper
New AALLNET — The User’s Experience One Year Later
Holly M. Riccio, O'Melveny & Myers LLP, AALLNET Committee Chair
Come with your coffee, pull up a chair, and chat with your colleagues!