Check out the ALL-SIS website for complete information about ALL-SIS programming for the 2011 AALL Annual Meetining in Philadelphia.
- ALL-SIS Meeting & Events Schedule–A sortable listing of all committee meetings, roundtables, events, and ALL-SIS supported programs.
- Program Descriptions–Full descriptions of all ALL-SIS sponsored AALL programs and independent ALL-SIS programs.
- Program Materials–Supporting handouts & materials for independent ALL-SIS programs. (New materials will be added as they become available.)
Please join us at this year’s Faculty Services Roundtable on Monday, July 25th from 12:00-1:00 in PCC Room 304, where we will discuss the five timely topics listed below that touch on many of the challenges that arise when striving to provide faculty with topnotch services. We hope to see you there for what promises to be a lively and informative discussion!
- Westlaw Next one year later and LexisAdvance – what do we tell the faculty and legal research instructors?
- How proactive can we be (should we be) in sending information/tips/tricks to the faculty, especially for non-legal sources?
- Research assistants – how can we work with them effectively? What issues/problems (training, communication, etc.) have you encountered, and how do you handle them?
- When/How can we draw the line when the faculty ask for too much? Is there too much?
- Recruiting faculty to use the library – how can we draw them in?
Thanks to the ALL-SIS Public Relations Committee, the SIS now has a revised and updated brochure. The new brochure can be found on the ALL-SIS website at http://www.aallnet.org/sis/allsis/info/ALL-SIS_brochure_2011.pdf, and printed copies will be available at the CONELL and Activities Area tables during the 2011 AALL Annual Meeting in in Philly.
For technical reasons (i.e., we seem to have lost access to the previous site), the ALL-SIS blog is moving to a new home at wordpress.com. Please update your links & bookmarks and start looking for new posts at https://allsis.wordpress.com/.
Earlier blog posts currently remain available at the previous site (http://all-sis.classcaster.org/blog/), but this may not last long.