The Canadian Association of Law Libraries is hosting a webinar on June 17, 2014 called The SWOT of Law Library Head Start Programs
(online registration form):
"A collection of law firm libraries in Edmonton provide group training to articling students and call it Head Start. In Ottawa and Toronto the local county court house libraries provide training to students and call it Head Start too. All 3 programs have similarities and differences, and learning lessons for all."
- Shaunna Mireau, Director of Knowledge Management and Process Improvement at the Field Law firm in Edmonton, Alberta. She tweets as @smireau, is a core contributor at Slaw.ca, and edits the weekly legal research tip at SlawTips.ca.
- Joan Rataic-Lang, Executive Director/Library Director of the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA).
- Jennifer Walker, Head Librarian at the County of Carleton Law Association in Ottawa. Currently, she serves as the Chair of the Education Committee of CALL/ACBD.
The event is at 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST. The cost is $45.20 for CALL members, and $67.80 for non-members.
Labels: continuing education, law libraries, library instruction