Saturday, March 15, 2014

2014 Legal Research Teach-In Toolkit from American Association of Law Libraries

The Research Instruction and Patron Services Special Interest Section (a sub-group of the American Association of Law Libraries) has released its 22nd Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Kit:
"Materials cover a wide range of topics such as statutory law, secondary sources, empirical legal research, federal legislative histories, local government law, administrative law, cost-effective legal research, and much more.  Notably, this year’s Kit also has a more tech savvy focus.  We received materials about cloud computing, legal apps, and mobile technology which will surely have great utility in your course or presentation planning."
Every year, the Section solicits contributions from the law library community that other librarians can use to develop their own instructional activities at their institutions.

There is also a list of kits from previous years.

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