Category Archives: Continuing Education

Edward Tufte’s One-Day Course: A Brief Review from a Law Librarian

Last week, on January 27th, I attended Edward Tufte’s Presenting Data and Information: A One-Day Course, in Austin, Texas. The workshop had long been on my radar after recommendations from a few other law librarian colleagues. The workshop website usually … Continue reading

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Listening & Learning as a New(er) Law Librarian

Recently, I looked at my calendar and realized that I’ve been a law librarian for a little more than two years. This fact snuck up on me for many reasons; mainly, time flies when you’re having fun! But it also … Continue reading

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The 9th circuit librarians conference – and why we should have smaller conferences

by Emily Donnellan I met my co-workers for the first time this month. It seems kind of strange saying that. I’ve been in my position since September. I’ve chatted with many of my co-workers via e-mail, messenger, or the phone. … Continue reading

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Preview: Show & Tell at AALL

by Cassie DuBay By now, you have probably heard from myself or my co-presenter asking (nagging?) you for swag. Or maybe you were at a recent conference and heard about the bag swag lady. If you haven’t yet, allow me … Continue reading

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Perceptions of Librarians and Library Value Inhibit Impact

by Brandon Wright Adler In my last post, I let everyone know that I had made the move to a non-law academic library at the University of New Orleans. My primary roles as UNO’s new Information Literacy Librarian is to … Continue reading

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