One of the privileges of being a CS-SIS member is learning from and networking with our colleagues at conferences. Below are just some of the programs CS-SIS members are presenting at the CALI Conference and the AALL Annual Meeting.
Don’t see your program listed? Contact Mari and she will add your program to the list.
CALIcon17 will be held June 15-16 at the Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law in Phoenix, Arizona.
- Blocked! What is Blockchain and What Will it Mean for the Future of Law?
- The Future of CALI (is so Bright, You Will Need Sunglasses)
- How to Talk to Your Dean (or other Decision Makers)
Kris Niedringhaus & Vicki Szymczak
- Is it Time to Welcome our Robot Overlords?
Carol Watson & Kris Niedringhaus
- Legislative Advocacy and the Law School: Librarians Unite?!
- Planning the 2018 ABA Techshow Academic Track: A Presentation and an Opportunity to Help Shape the Future
Alexandra Lee Delgado & Michael Robak
- Teaching Law Practice Tech to Law Students – State of the Art
Michael Robak, Nichelle Perry & Stacey Rowland
AALL Annual Meeting
The AALL Annual Meeting will be held July 15-18 in Austin, Texas.
CS-SIS is sponsoring the following events at AALL in Austin this year:
- Sat. 7/15 9:00 pm — CS-SIS Karaoke with Ken
- Tue. 7/18 7:00 am — CS-SIS Breakfast and Business Meeting
- Tue. 7/18 2:30 pm — Cool Tools Café
- Sun. 7/16 12:45 pm — Collaboration: Librarians Sharing Their Coding Knowledge
- Sun. 7/16 5:15 pm — Utilizing Instructional Technology in the Classrooms
- Mon. 7/17 3:30 pm — Digitization Initiatives and Building Institutional Repositories
And don’t miss these programs at AALL by CS-SIS members:
- Not Pie in the Sky: Practical Strategies for Embracing Change in Technical Services (Pre-Conference Workshop)
Lauren Seney et al.
- Social Media Use in Law Libraries: Learn from Our Successes and Failures
Cathryn Bowie, Mari Cheney, Nickholas Harrell & Shelby Shanks
- Straight Talk About Legal Technology Training: An Interview with Legal Tech Training and Adoption Expert, Michelle Spencer
- Teaching and Implementing Emerging Technologies in Legal Practice
- Whose Line (of Code) is it Anyway? Holding Companies Such as Google, Amazon, and Facebook Accountable for Their Algorithms
June Libert & Howard Rosenbaum