CALL/ACBD offers about seven webinars per year. Topics and speakers will address issues in the specific context of law libraries. Audio and visual recordings will be available to registered participants after each event so if you are registered, but cannot make it for the live session, you can listen and watch the recording any time. Improve your value to your employer and engage in learning throughout the year with colleagues from law libraries across the country!
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Non-Member = $50.00 + applicable taxes
Student Rate = $15.00 + applicable taxes
Please note: Webinars are non-refundable after purchase.
Purchase Past Webinars
Did you miss the webinar? Don't worry, all past webinars can be purchased at the prices listed above. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the below webinar to be purchased. After payment is cleared; the webinar link will be emailed to you.
|January 28, 2021||Prison Law: Researching Health and Legal Implications of Aging Prison Populations||Dr. Adelina Iftene|
|November 10, 2020||Communicating the Law in Plain Language||Kandice Ardiel|
|October 30, 2019||Gamification||Dr. David Michels, Hannah Steeves|
|September 25, 2019||Effective Budgeting for Libraries||Lori Ann Oja|
|May 8, 2019||Presidents’ Roundtable Continued: Law Librarian of the Future||Annette Demers, Ann Marie Melvie, Cyndi Murphy|
|April 3, 2019||The Changing Business of Law, and What It Means For Law Libraries||John Wu|
|February 27, 2019||Pre-Crime||Dr. Richard Jochelson|
|November 22, 2018||SWOTing Business Development Opportunities||Katie Cuyler|
|October 24, 2018||Legal Project Management||Steven B. Levy|
|April 19, 2018
||Digital Repository Success Stories||Mariya Maistrovskaya, F. Tim Knight, Kim Nayyer|
|March 15, 2018||US Executive Branch Research for the Canadian Legal Researcher||Penny A. Hazelton|
|February 8, 2018||Intersections with Aboriginal and Indigenous Law||Naiomi Metallic|
|October 26, 2017||Platforms, Apps and Omnibots - Alternate Views on the Future of Legal||Colin Lachance|
|September 13, 2017||The Conversation Continues: Copyright in Context for CALL Members
||Panel: Amanda Wakaruk, Kim Nayyer, Lesley Ellen Harris|
|June 22, 2017||US Courts for the Canadian Legal Researcher (Part Two)||Penny A. Hazelton|
|April 5, 2017
||Uncovering UN Treaties||Susan Goard|
|March 2, 2017||US Legislation for Canadian Legal Researchers (Part One)||Professor Penny A.Hazleton|
|Jan 31, 2017||Libraries and Access to Justice||Johanne Blenkin, Sarah McCoubrey|
Annette Demers is the head of the Law Library at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. She teaches Advanced Legal Research within the Faculty. This collection of videos is used by Annette for the purpose of her course, and accordingly, some reference to local contexts and law student requirements may appear within these videos. These videos make non-preferential reference to commercially-available products and services. The content is the sole responsibility of Annette Demers, and feedback or errors may be reported to email@example.com.The Canadian Association of Law Libraries has been authorized to make these videos available to all CALL members for a fee. These videos are made available for private study only, and permission is not extended for CALL members to re-use in any context. Use in any commercial capacity is strictly forbidden. Questions related to the videos to enhance learning are available upon request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. CALL members who wish to obtain sample teaching materials, are encouraged to visit the LRW Special Interest Section Instructional Resources Bank here.