The Resource Rise to the challenge : 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007

Rise to the challenge : 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007

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Rise to the challenge : 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007
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Rise to the challenge
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100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007
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  • 100th AALL annual meeting and conference
  • AALL 100th annual meeting and conference
  • AALL 2007 annual meeting and conference
  • 2007 AALL annual meeting and conference
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eng
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Recorded at the 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, July 14-17, 2007
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conference proceedings
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2007 :
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American Association of Law Libraries
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  • American Association of Law Libraries
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  • Law librarians
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Rise to the challenge : 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007
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Publication
Note
  • "07AALL"--Discs
  • Some sessions not recorded
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A4.
  • H3.
  • Hot topic : legal publishing in the 21st century
  • H4.
  • Turning challenges into opportunities : how law libraries can capture and preserve government web resources
  • H5. The
  • future of cataloging
  • H6.
  • Kurzban and Boswell on immigration law & research : keeping up with the very latest, with help from two experts
  • I1.
  • Step away from the podium! tips, tricks and technologies for energizing training sessions and legal research classes
  • Bringing the library to the user : the practice
  • I2.
  • When ILL doesn't work : getting resources through document delivery resources
  • I3.
  • Developing a scholarly agenda
  • I4.
  • Responding to legal process in the library : a post-PATRIOT Act primer
  • I5.
  • When nature strikes : weather disasters and the law
  • I6. A
  • friendly game of tag : radio frequency identification (REID) in law libraries
  • A5.
  • J1. The
  • ultimate challenge : starting a library consulting business
  • J2. The
  • challenge of rising (and shrinking) numbers : how to write a law firm library budget
  • J3.
  • OCLC's WorldCat : our collections at the world's fingertips
  • J4.
  • Pleased to meet you : making connections that count
  • J5. The
  • E-book report : using electronic books in your law library
  • Annual legislative & regulatory update
  • J6.
  • Alumni : the forgotten patron group
  • A6.
  • Taking up the gauntlet : the duel in southern legal history
  • A7.
  • Librarians, vendors or both? who should be teaching Westlaw® and LexisNexis® to first-year law students?
  • B1.
  • They rose to the challenge : public librarians take on the USA PATRIOT Act through Doe v. Gonzales
  • GS1.
  • B2.
  • Everything old is new again : finding government document collections reborn online
  • B3.
  • Bringing the library to the user : the theory
  • B4.
  • Annual reports : from ho-hum to hurrah in five easy steps
  • B5.
  • Rising to the challenge : finding and preserving federal judicial information on PACER
  • B6.
  • Citizens' rights of privacy or simply collateral damage in the war on drugs and terrorism
  • Opening general session : keynote speaker
  • B7.
  • Blogs, working papers, electronic publishing : will changes in legal scholarship affect the future development of library collections?
  • C1.
  • Multitasking millennials : blessing or curse?
  • C2.
  • Access to online court records and the challenge to privacy
  • C3.
  • Equal opportunity and diversity : the ABA standard under fire
  • C4.
  • Rising to the leadership challenge outside your library : being a leader in the larger organization
  • A1.
  • C5.
  • At the top of the rise : government web sites that have met the challenge
  • C6.
  • Situational leadership : what would "Andy of Mayberry" do?
  • C7.
  • Training : are we missing the obvious?
  • D1.
  • De-coding civil codes : appreciating Napoleon's code and its legacy
  • D2.
  • Networking to serve self-represented litigants
  • Public services in the 21st century : beyond traditional reference service
  • D3.
  • Electronic preservation : does losing the past challenge the future?
  • D4.
  • And still I rise : resurrecting the legal system in New Orleans ... tales from the trenches
  • D5.
  • A win-win partnership : legal editors and law librarians
  • D6.
  • Rome : the power of film to teach foundations of Roman and civil law
  • D7.
  • Instructional technology in teaching legal research : tricks of the trade in the real and virtual classroom
  • A2.
  • E1.
  • AELIC's survey on authentication of government information : a year later and still challenging
  • E2.
  • Partnerships, public libraries and the pro se litigant : expanding county law library services
  • E3.
  • Globalization moved my cheese : or, how do I find international law?
  • E5.
  • Rise to the challenge of publishing
  • E6.
  • Understanding copyright challenges in licensing : what to look for in your subscription agreement
  • Collection analysis made easy : OCLC's WorldCat Collection Analysis Service
  • E7.
  • Newsletter, blogs and e-mail alerts : making your communication rise to the challenge
  • F2.
  • Meeting the challenges of e-life cycle management : a town meeting with the U.S. Government Printing Office and National Archives and Records Administration
  • F3.
  • Huey Long and the press : Louisiana's contribution to modern constitutional law
  • F4.
  • Who really sets our salaries? a discussion among decision makers and librarians
  • F5.
  • Human rights of internally displaced persons
  • A3.
  • F6. The
  • autonomous academic law library : fact or fiction?
  • F7.
  • What to count, what to report : the revised ABA annual questionnaire
  • G1.
  • Copyright exemptions for libraries in the digital age : report of the Section 108 Study Group
  • G2.
  • Rise to the challenge of the ratings game : U.S. News & World Report, law schools and law libraries
  • G3. The
  • challenge of electronic discovery : how reference service, records management and litigation support interact
  • Legal information : globalization, conglomerates and competition : monopoly or free market?
  • G4. A
  • closer look : uncovering the Spanish roots of Louisiana civil law
  • G5.
  • From law school to real life : preparing new lawyers for the challenge of practice
  • G6.
  • New challenges demand new skills : negotiation 101 for librarians
  • H1.
  • AALL/LexisNexis® call for papers
  • H2.
  • Setting new precedent : using unpublished opinions under new federal rule of appellate procedure 32.1
Dimensions
4 3/4 in
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
75 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other physical details
digital
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)157053374
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Rise to the challenge : 100th AALL annual meeting and conference, New Orleans, LA, July 14-17, 2007
Publication
Note
  • "07AALL"--Discs
  • Some sessions not recorded
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A4.
  • H3.
  • Hot topic : legal publishing in the 21st century
  • H4.
  • Turning challenges into opportunities : how law libraries can capture and preserve government web resources
  • H5. The
  • future of cataloging
  • H6.
  • Kurzban and Boswell on immigration law & research : keeping up with the very latest, with help from two experts
  • I1.
  • Step away from the podium! tips, tricks and technologies for energizing training sessions and legal research classes
  • Bringing the library to the user : the practice
  • I2.
  • When ILL doesn't work : getting resources through document delivery resources
  • I3.
  • Developing a scholarly agenda
  • I4.
  • Responding to legal process in the library : a post-PATRIOT Act primer
  • I5.
  • When nature strikes : weather disasters and the law
  • I6. A
  • friendly game of tag : radio frequency identification (REID) in law libraries
  • A5.
  • J1. The
  • ultimate challenge : starting a library consulting business
  • J2. The
  • challenge of rising (and shrinking) numbers : how to write a law firm library budget
  • J3.
  • OCLC's WorldCat : our collections at the world's fingertips
  • J4.
  • Pleased to meet you : making connections that count
  • J5. The
  • E-book report : using electronic books in your law library
  • Annual legislative & regulatory update
  • J6.
  • Alumni : the forgotten patron group
  • A6.
  • Taking up the gauntlet : the duel in southern legal history
  • A7.
  • Librarians, vendors or both? who should be teaching Westlaw® and LexisNexis® to first-year law students?
  • B1.
  • They rose to the challenge : public librarians take on the USA PATRIOT Act through Doe v. Gonzales
  • GS1.
  • B2.
  • Everything old is new again : finding government document collections reborn online
  • B3.
  • Bringing the library to the user : the theory
  • B4.
  • Annual reports : from ho-hum to hurrah in five easy steps
  • B5.
  • Rising to the challenge : finding and preserving federal judicial information on PACER
  • B6.
  • Citizens' rights of privacy or simply collateral damage in the war on drugs and terrorism
  • Opening general session : keynote speaker
  • B7.
  • Blogs, working papers, electronic publishing : will changes in legal scholarship affect the future development of library collections?
  • C1.
  • Multitasking millennials : blessing or curse?
  • C2.
  • Access to online court records and the challenge to privacy
  • C3.
  • Equal opportunity and diversity : the ABA standard under fire
  • C4.
  • Rising to the leadership challenge outside your library : being a leader in the larger organization
  • A1.
  • C5.
  • At the top of the rise : government web sites that have met the challenge
  • C6.
  • Situational leadership : what would "Andy of Mayberry" do?
  • C7.
  • Training : are we missing the obvious?
  • D1.
  • De-coding civil codes : appreciating Napoleon's code and its legacy
  • D2.
  • Networking to serve self-represented litigants
  • Public services in the 21st century : beyond traditional reference service
  • D3.
  • Electronic preservation : does losing the past challenge the future?
  • D4.
  • And still I rise : resurrecting the legal system in New Orleans ... tales from the trenches
  • D5.
  • A win-win partnership : legal editors and law librarians
  • D6.
  • Rome : the power of film to teach foundations of Roman and civil law
  • D7.
  • Instructional technology in teaching legal research : tricks of the trade in the real and virtual classroom
  • A2.
  • E1.
  • AELIC's survey on authentication of government information : a year later and still challenging
  • E2.
  • Partnerships, public libraries and the pro se litigant : expanding county law library services
  • E3.
  • Globalization moved my cheese : or, how do I find international law?
  • E5.
  • Rise to the challenge of publishing
  • E6.
  • Understanding copyright challenges in licensing : what to look for in your subscription agreement
  • Collection analysis made easy : OCLC's WorldCat Collection Analysis Service
  • E7.
  • Newsletter, blogs and e-mail alerts : making your communication rise to the challenge
  • F2.
  • Meeting the challenges of e-life cycle management : a town meeting with the U.S. Government Printing Office and National Archives and Records Administration
  • F3.
  • Huey Long and the press : Louisiana's contribution to modern constitutional law
  • F4.
  • Who really sets our salaries? a discussion among decision makers and librarians
  • F5.
  • Human rights of internally displaced persons
  • A3.
  • F6. The
  • autonomous academic law library : fact or fiction?
  • F7.
  • What to count, what to report : the revised ABA annual questionnaire
  • G1.
  • Copyright exemptions for libraries in the digital age : report of the Section 108 Study Group
  • G2.
  • Rise to the challenge of the ratings game : U.S. News & World Report, law schools and law libraries
  • G3. The
  • challenge of electronic discovery : how reference service, records management and litigation support interact
  • Legal information : globalization, conglomerates and competition : monopoly or free market?
  • G4. A
  • closer look : uncovering the Spanish roots of Louisiana civil law
  • G5.
  • From law school to real life : preparing new lawyers for the challenge of practice
  • G6.
  • New challenges demand new skills : negotiation 101 for librarians
  • H1.
  • AALL/LexisNexis® call for papers
  • H2.
  • Setting new precedent : using unpublished opinions under new federal rule of appellate procedure 32.1
Dimensions
4 3/4 in
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
75 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
s
Other physical details
digital
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)157053374
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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