From Jim Garnet, Law Librarian U.S. Department of Justice National Place Library, November 2, 2007.
I’ve seen this posted a couple of other places, but I don’t think it’s been on the LLAM listserv. I think the MP3 (audio) files are available for all of the programs, and the Powerpoints are vailable for quite a few (including the program that LLAM coordinated, “Education without Borders,” with LLAM member Susan Herrick as a speaker):
Libraries Without Borders II – presentations available It was a common complaint at the recent meeting of the NorthEast Regional Law Libraries – “How do I decide which session to attend?”. Cross-border crime or HR strategies for managers? Copyright or Reinventing the Law Firm Library? Now you can go back to those sessions you missed. The organizing committee is pleased to announce that the presentations from our fantastic Toronto conference are now available on the web. Point your browser here.
As the speakers have provided us with their presentations, we’ve put pdf versions of the slides onto the website – and they’re searchable! Want to see Joan Shear’s penguins again? Just oogle “easy questions” NE2007, and you’re there!
For the full experience, keep checking the site for the audio. Usually, a CD of the program is available at an extra charge, but AALL generously sponsored taping most of the sessions, and the University of Toronto has (equally generously) agreed to make these recordings available on the website. (So we can pass the savings on to you!)
Posted on behalf of Wendy Reynolds, NE2007 Organizing Committee