This invitation comes from Erica Anderson, Research Librarian at the Legislative Library, Ontario. Readers and writers of Slaw are invited:
Since the launch of the newly designed Legislative Assembly of Ontario website, the design team has been receiving useful feedback about how the law librarian community (and others) use the Assembly’s content. The Team would like to invite Toronto Association of Law Libraries, the Special Libraries Association and other interested parties from the legal community to a user research session on the new Legislative Assembly of Ontario website.
Please come and tell us about how you use Assembly information, bills, Hansard, Committee information, etc., so that the Team can continue to improve the site to best serve its users. The Team will also answer any questions about how to find specific information on the site.
What: Legislative Assembly of Ontario website user feedback session
When: April 17, 2007, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Where: Queen’s Park, Committee Room 2
Website url: http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/home.do?locale=en
You must register to attend. Please register by Friday, April 13th by emailing your first and last name to Meris Bray: email@example.com
Please come to the Queen’s Park legislative building main doors and check in with security to get a name tag, then proceed to Committee Room 2. You can bring your own lunch. In the meantime, you can send your questions or comments about the website to this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org