Archive for January 20th, 2012

Learn How to Use Stories to Teach Legal Research

Storytelling has the potential to transform the way law librarians convey legal research techniques and legal information to law library patrons. In preliterate times, storytelling was the primary way of disseminating culturally relevant information and educating members of a society. Today, storytelling still serves as an effective communication technique in trial practice, business administration, and library science.

Join the comprehensive webinar, Developing and Using Stories to Teach Legal Research, on February 22 at 11 a.m. CST, for an introduction to educational storytelling. The program will include a demonstration of a legal education story, as well as methods for collecting, developing, and evaluating potential stories.

Cost: $30 for AALL members; $60 for nonmembers.

Register by February 16.

This webinar is sponsored by the AALL/BNA Continuing Education Grants Program.


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