Tag Archives: Outreach

High Schoolers in the Law Library: A Law-Related Programming Using Graphic Novels

by Brandon Wright Adler, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient (Keeping in line with our absolutely AMAZING conference key-note speaker, Bryan Stevenson, I thought it appropriate to discuss a programming activity that targets a younger, multi-cultural demographic.) At least once a … Continue reading

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Community Defining Information in a Personalized World

by Tig Wartluft The other morning during breakfast I watched this Vox video about satirists versus more traditional media coverage and noticed that some of the clips were by a professor at my university (Sophia McClennen, School of International Affairs (SIA)). This … Continue reading

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The Things We Do in the Name of Outreach

by Beau Steenken Every summer, the librarians at the University of Kentucky Law Library remove ourselves from the library and rendezvous at a much more exotic location (usually a reserved room at the main library on campus, but at least … Continue reading

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Embedded Librarianship

Embedded librarianship is a trending topic in the law library world. What exactly is embedded librarianship? According to Kroski’s Law Librarianship in the Digital Age, embedded librarianship is: “Intentionally building strong, collaborative work relationships with communities in our organizations” (Striepe … Continue reading

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