Legal Research Teach-In Kit Call for Submissions: Deadline Extended to 1/29

Dear Fellow Law Librarians & Information Professionals,

We need your help!
The RIPS-SIS Legal Research Teach-In Kit Committee is now accepting submissions for the 26th Annual Teach-In Kit.  We have an outrageous goal to have EVERY law library and information professional community (academic, firm, government) who is involved in providing any kind of legal research instruction to contribute to the Teach-In Kit.  We have set this goal because the Teach-In Kit and the instruction and information our members provide is so valuable to our profession and the diverse communities we serve.

Not sure you have something worthwhile to contribute?  Watch this!

Call for Submissions from Megan Austin on Vimeo.

Like to see what others have contributed in the past?  Look here!
https://www.aallnet.org/sectons/rips/teachin

Deadline for submissions:  Monday, Jan. 29, 2018

Where to send your submissions: Please send by email attachment to Gail Mathapo: gmathapo@law.ufl.edu

We’re looking forward to hearing from ALL of you!

Best,
Cynthia Condit & Gail Mathapo
Chair & Vice-Chair, RIPS Legal Research Teach-In Kit Committee

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About Jamie Baker

Jamie Baker is the Interim Director of the Law Library at Texas Tech University School of Law. She also teaches Civil Trial Research & Academic Legal Writing, as well as sessions in the Legal Practice program and Excellence in Legal Research program. She blogs at www.gingerlawlibrarian.com.
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