The Canadian Association of Law Libraries/Association Canadienne de Bibliothèques de Droit has launched upon its first distance learning initiative, with two more webinars coming up shortly.
Joan Rataic-Lang will be presenting a session on November 23 which I’m sure will resonate with many of us. Her talk, Cost-Saving Measures in the Library, promises to cover not only how to select the cuts and economies, but to lead change and communicate effectively the messages to your stakeholders. For those of you who may not know Joan, she’s a witty and engaging speaker, and I think you’ll enjoy the session.
December 7 will bring a webinar by Jacob Glick, Google Canada’s Policy Counsel. He’ll be taking on the monumental topic: “The Unified Theory of Everything (in Information Policy)”. I’m really excited about this presentation, and I’m sure that it will resonate with many SLAW-yers.
Registration is open now for these sessions, with more to come in the new year. Non-members are welcome to join us, and details may be had at the CALL/ACBD website.