Saturday, February 04, 2012

Developing and Using Stories to Teach Legal Research

The Developing and Using Stories to Teach Legal Research webinar will be on February 22d and you must complete registration and payment by February 16th at 5 PM (CST).

Participants will be able to:
  • Discuss techniques to identify appropriate stories for teaching legal research
  • List ideas for developing a story narrative for use in their law libraries
  • Learn three of the essential elements of educational storytelling
Vanessa Christman (formerly Uribe) is the director of the El Dorado County Law Library and was previously a public reference librarian and director of the Roseville Public Library’s Adult Literacy Service. She is a contributor to AALL Spectrum and Public Libraries magazines and a regular conference presenter.

Beth Wrenn-Estes is a full-time lecturer in the School of Library and Information Science at San Jose State University and teaches courses including: Young Adult Materials; Children's Programming and Services; Storytelling; Intellectual Freedom; and History of the Book. She is a storyteller, booktalker, collection development specialist and youth advocate.

Moderator: Mark E. Estes, Bernard E. Witkin Alameda County Law Library.

For more information, please go to the AALL Continuing Professional Education website here.

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