Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Volunteering for the NYS Working Group to assist in the AALL effort to build a National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials

From the NYS Working Group to assist in the AALL effort to build a National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials:

Please join us for an online (and free) training session!   If you're in or around New York City, please join us in person!


Topic: Volunteering for the NYS Working Group to assist in the AALL effort to build a National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials
  • What is the AALL National Inventory of Primary Legal Materials?
  • What information is needed and how is it being submitted? 
  • Who is participating in this effort? 
  • How can I contribute through the NYS Working Group?
Presentation by: Emily Feldman, AALL Government Relations Office Advocacy Communications Assistant
Debbie Melnick, New York State Working Group Coordinator

When: 5 pm - 6 pm Monday, February 7, 2011


Open to: NYS Working Group members and others interested in participating!

The AALL deadline for completion of the inventories is June 30, 2011. Can we count on your help?

To attend, please RSVP to dmelnick@courts.state.ny.us by Monday February 7, 2011 10 a.m.
Please specify whether attending in person or online.
Your registration confirmation will contain attendance instructions in accordance with your specification.
Requirements for the online session: a computer, Internet connectivity and telephone.

Host & Location: William Mills, Associate Librarian, New York Law School Mendik Library - 185 West Broadway, NY, NY

Please share this message with your professional affiliates who may be interested.
AALL GRO http://www.aallnet.org/aallwash/
The current NYS Working Group inventory is located at http://tinyurl.com/2fwjxpo
The spreadsheet should be viewable to anyone who has established a Google Account and is signed in.

Hope to hear from you,
Deb
NYS Working Group Coordinator

Principal Law Librarian
Civil Court of the City of New York
111 Centre St., Rm 1034
New York, NY 10013
ph: 646-386-5432
dmelnick@courts.state.ny.us

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