Category Archive: Continuing Education Event

Continuing Education Committee Presents: Nailing Your AMPC Proposal – Tips from the Trenches Tues Sept. 17th

Proposing a program for the AMPC (AALL Annual Meeting 2020) is nowhere near as daunting as it may seem to be. Shari Berkowitz Duff (AMPC Team Content Leader) and Diana Koppang (AMPC team member and frequent proposer) will review the …

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Save The Date: CALL Mini-AALL Session

Please save the date for our CALL Mini-AALL Session on June 13 at Chicago-Kent School of Law from 11-1pm. Lunch would be provided.

This event is a partnership with the Mentorship and Leadership Development committee and Continuing Education. You will …

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The CALL Continuing Education Committee Presents So What If it’s Not Perfect: Creating Training Videos Using What You Have

What:: In 2016, Debbie Ginsberg and Sean Rebstock (along with Alex Berrio Matamoros) presented a session for AALL on creating training videos quickly and easily.  In this session, we’ll update our AALL presentation with new information.

When you find …

Permanent link to this article: http://chicagolawlib.org/blog/2019/03/28/the-call-continuing-education-committee-presents-so-what-if-its-not-perfect-creating-training-videos-using-what-you-have/

The CALL Continuing Education Committee Presents Blockchain Technology: A New Approach to Provenance

What: This presentation and discussion will cover the broad concepts related to blockchain technology, as well as some of the potential use cases and their benefits/downfalls. 

When: Tuesday, March 12, 11:00 am to Noon

Where:  Quarles & Brady, 300 N.

Permanent link to this article: http://chicagolawlib.org/blog/2019/03/02/the-call-continuing-education-committee-presents-blockchain-technology-a-new-approach-to-provenance/

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