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Purpose: The purpose of the AALL CS-SIS Grants Program for Students and New Librarians is to provide financial assistance to librarians who hold promise of future involvement in the law library profession, especially those who are directly involved in providing …

2009 CS-SIS Grant Application for Students and New Librarians with less than Three Years of Service Read More »

Purpose: The purpose of the AALL CS-SIS Grants Program is to provide financial assistance to librarians who have a demonstrated commitment to the law library profession, especially those who are directly involved in providing technology support of any kind within …

2009 Computing Services SIS Grant Application for Experienced Law Librarians Read More »

The following are changes that the Bylaws Committee (Susan Boland, Tina Ching, Dominick Grillo (Chair), Sheri Lewis, and Jean Willis) propose for a vote by CS-SIS membership. An online vote will be conducted 30 days after posting this on the …

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CS-SIS now has a Facebook Page. Become a Fan, write on our Wall, check out our AALL events, recommend an app, or even start a discussion.

Congrats to our two grant winners this year, Stacey L. Rowland from the University of Mississippi and Raizel Liebler from John Marshall Law School. The CS-SIS grant covers their conference registration fees to attend the annual AALL conference.

The Web 2.0 Challenge — a free, comprehensive, and interactive online course — will use hands-on exercises to introduce law librarians to many kinds of social technologies in just five weeks.  The course is intended for those who have little …

The Web 2.0 Challenge is almost here! Read More »

Come have fun at our officially-sponsored karaoke event on Saturday, July 12. Full information is here.

Check out the schedule of events planned by CSSIS for Portland. We’ll see you there! Update: Karaoke has been added.

The Computing Services SIS Executive Board would like to congratulate the winners of this year’s CS-SIS elections. Bonnie Shucha has been elected Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect and Meg Kribble has been elected Member-at-Large.

The CS-SIS Awards Committee (Prano Amjadi, Therese Clarke Arado, Sheri Lewis) is pleased to announce this year’s recipient of the Computing Services Special Interest Section’s Kenneth J. Hirsh Distinguished Service Award: Mr. Mark Folmsbee, Associate Dean of Computer Services and …

Kenneth J. Hirsh Distinguished Service Award Winner Read More »