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CALL Member Publications and Presentations, 2018-2019

CALL Members Publications/Presentations, 2018-2019

Compiled by Lyonette Louis-Jacques, CALL Mentorship and Leadership Development Committee (MLDC)

February 26, 2019; September 26, 2019-date

 

CALL Bulletin Editors

New Member Profile: Anne Danberg, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2018.

New Member Profile: Sarah Sherman, CALL Bulletin, Spring 2018.

 

Brittany Nichole Adams

Planning an Exhibit: How to Make Exhibits and Displays That Work, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2019.

 

Amy L. Affelt

All That’s Not Fit to Print: Fake News and the Call to Action for Librarians and Information Professionals (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019).

 

Creating a Playbook to Combat Fake News, Online Searcher Magazine, v.43, no. 4, July/August 2019, at 10.

Artificial Intelligence and Online Searching, Online Searcher Magazine, v.42, no. 4, July/August 2018, at 25.

Fake News:  The Library Imperative, in Library and Book Trade Almanac (Information Today, Inc., 2018).

Big Data, Big Opportunity for Librarians and Information Professionals, in The Emerald Handbook of Modern Information Management 761-790 (Toby Pearlstein & James Matarazzo eds., Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017).

 

Presentation:  “Search and the Future,” Computers In Libraries, 2019, Washington, DC.

Presentation, “You Don’t Have To Own It:  Lessons from Unicorn Category Killers,” Internet Librarian 2018, Monterey, CA.

Presentation, “Cementing Value:  Building Relationships,” Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, June, 2018.

Presentation, “Finding Facts in the Alternative World,” Computers in Libraries 2018, Washington, DC.

 

Sarah R. Andeen

Review of Private Government: How Employers Rule Our Lives and Why We Don’t Talk About It, 110 Law Library Journal 542-543 (2018).

Review of The Wagstaffe Group Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial, 110 Law Library Journal 164-165 (2018).

Ask A Director: Skills for New Lawyers: What New Skills and Capabilities Do New Graduates and Associates Need to be Successful in Today’s Legal Information Environment?, AALL Spectrum, Mar.-Apr. 2018, at 32 (with Colleen Fitzgerald Cable).

Think You Can’t Be a Mentor? Think Again, CALL Bulletin, Spring 2018.

 

Sally Baker

AALL Competitive Intelligence Foundations, CALL Bulletin, Spring 2018.

 

Emily Barney

Visual Literacy & Fake News, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2019.

Presentation, “Visual Literacy: From Fake News to Fair Use,” Conference About Libraries & Literacy (C.A.L.L.): “Librarians as Advocates”, UW-La Crosse, Wisconsin, February 1, 2018. [slides]

Presentation, 60 Tips in 60 Minutes for Law School Techies – The CALI Edition, CALIcon18: “Engaging Law Students with Tech,” American University Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., June 7, 2018 (with Debbie Ginsberg). [slides] [video]

Presentation, “Visual Literacy: From Fake News to Fair Use,“ WiLSWorld 2018 Conference, July 24, 2018.

 

Jesse Bowman

Conference Review: CALIcon 2018, CALL Bulletin, Summer 2018.

Publications

 

  • Legal Research on the Go, Ill. B.J., Sept. 2019, at 48.
  • The CaseLaw Access Project: 360 Years in the Making, Ill. B.J., July 2019, at 50.
  • The Federal Register Website Is Worth Your Time, Ill. B.J., May 2019, at 46.
  • Get the Tax Facts, Ill. B.J., Mar. 2019, at 48.
  • Keeping Tabs, Ill. B.J., Jan. 2019, at 50.
  • Supreme Resources, Ill. B.J., Nov. 2018, at 46.
  • Cornell Law’s Legal Information Institute, Ill. B.J., Sept. 2018, at 42.
  • The Algorithm Behind the Curtain, Ill. B.J., July 2018, at 52.
  • Data-Driven Advocacy for Free, Ill. B.J., May 2018, at 48.
  • Cost-Conscious Current Awareness, Ill. B.J., Mar. 2018, at 50.
  • CARA from Casetext: A Cure for Legal Research FOMO, Ill. B.J., Jan. 2018, at 46.

Presentations

  • From Concept to Concrete: Teaching Law Students about A.I., CALI Conference for Law School Computing (June 7, 2019) (co-presented with Stephan Martone), https://youtu.be/WJ2sxtFYEfQ.
  • How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bot, CALI Conference for Law School Computing (June 8, 2018), https://youtu.be/hNLN7FPgGqQ.
  • Panelist, How Do I Choose?  Selecting and Implementing Law Practice Technology, ABA Techshow (Mar. 8, 2018).

 

Lindsey Carpino

Modern Mentorship, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2019.

Panelist, CALL Mentorship and Leadership Brown Bag, AALL Headquarters, Chicago, IL, February 25, 2019.

Panelist, CALL New Member Mentorship Brown Bag, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL, January 24, 2019.

Panelist, Deriving Value: Professional Conference Attendance, Panelist at CALL Brown Bag, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago IL (June 6, 2018).

American Association of Law Libraries

  • Presented “Building Strategic Partnerships: Using  Outreach Between Academic, Government and Law Firm Libraries to Maximize Value,” AALL Annual Meeting (July 2019) with Annie Mentkowski and Clanitra Stewart Nejdl
  • Presented “Define Yourself,” AALL Annual Meeting (July 2019)
  • Presented “Developing and Achieving Your Leadership Potential,” AALL Annual Meeting (July 2019).

 

Debbie Ginsberg

Who Needs Blockchain Anyway?, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2018.

 

Real-World Legal Technology Training, AALL Spectrum, Mar.-Apr. 2018, at 14 (with Michelle Spencer).

Presentation, 60 Tips in 60 Minutes for Law School Techies – The CALI Edition, CALIcon18: “Engaging Law Students with Tech,” American University Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C., June 7, 2018 (with Emily Barney). [slides] [video]

 

Eugene Giudice

Special Library Association Conference Report, CALL Bulletin, Summer 2018.

Bishop Perry Explains Canon Law“, Interview with Bishop Joseph Perry, SLA Legal Division Docket, Spring 2019, at 8-15.

Interviews with SLA Conference Attendees (YouTube).

 

Sarah (Sally) Holterhoff

Leader Profile / Calling for an Encore, AALL Spectrum, Sept-Oct. 2018, at 32.

 

Todd Ito

Presentation, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Innovation Tournament (with Scott Vanderlin, received the award and a monetary prize for SuperSeed), July 17, 2018.

 

Diana Koppang

The Role of Libraries in Knowledge Management, CALL Bulletin, Fall 2018.

 

Heidi Kuehl

Technologically Competent: Ethical Practice for 21st Century Lawyering, ___ Case Western J. Law Tech. & Internet ___  (forthcoming Spring 2019).

The “Fight Song” of International Anti-Bribery Norms and Enforcement: The OECD Convention Implementation’s Recent Triumphs and Tragedies, 40 Univ. of Penn. Int’l L.J. ___ (Spring 2019).

The Impact of Technology on 21st Century Lawyering: A Need for Uniform Ethical Standards, Presentation at the Chicagoland Junior Scholars Works in Progress Conference, Loyola University of Chicago Law School (October 5, 2018).

Mindfulness in Law Libraries, Presentation at Mid-America Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Memphis, TN (October 12, 2018).

International Legal Research in a Global Community (Carolina Academic Press, 2018)(with Megan O’Brien).  Teacher’s Manual (Fall 2018).

Let’s Teach Our Students Legal Technology … But What Should We Include?, AALL Spectrum, Sept.-Oct. 2018, at 23 (with Randy J. Diamond, Darin Fox, Kenneth J. Hirsh, & Michael Robak).

 

Lyonette (Lyo) Louis-Jacques

Yale Conference on Rare Books Report, CALL Bulletin, Summer 2018.

Review of Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law (Benoît Mayer & François Crépeau eds., Edward Elgar, 2017), 46 Int’l J. Legal Info. 124 (2018).

 

Slaw “Legal Information” columns:

  • “The Death of the Reference Collection,” Slaw, May 17, 2019.
  • “Ask an International Law Librarian,” Slaw, March 21, 2019
  • TORY the Robot and Other Highlights from the IALL Conference in Luxembourg, Slaw, Jan. 21, 2019.
  • On Writing, or “Beer + Edits”, Slaw, Sept. 17, 2018.
  • Conferencing, Or, Every Fish Has a Job, Slaw, Jul. 19, 2018.
  • So You Want to Be a Foreign Law Librarian, Slaw, May 16, 2018.
  • The INT-LAW Email Discussion List Migrates to Google Groups, Slaw, Mar. 13, 2018.
  • New Developments in International Legal Information Resources, Slaw, Jan. 24, 2018.

 

Patricia Sayre-McCoy

Coordinator and moderator, “Virtual Reality in the Law Classroom” [A1], AALL 2019, Washington, D.C. [recording available to AALL members].

 

Annie Mentkowski

New Member Mentorship Brown Bag, Panelist at CALL Mentorship and Leadership Brown Bag, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL (January 24, 2019).

 

Clanitra Stewart Nejdl

Race, Poverty, and Bail: An Annotated Bibliography, 38 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 487 (2018).

The Minority Leadership Development Award Effect: Catching Up with the First 10 Years of Winners, AALL Spectrum, Jan.-Feb. 2019, at 16 (with Alex Berrio Matamoros).

Developing a Culturally Competent Legal Research Curriculum, AALL Spectrum (forthcoming Mar.-Apr. 2019, at 23) (with Shamika Dalton).

Staying Current Together at the MAALL, LLAW, MICHALL, MALL, and CALL Joint Annual Meeting, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2018 (with Lindsey Carpino and Annie Mentkowski).

Diverse Interactions: Addressing Race and Implicit Bias in Legal Research Instruction, Panelist, 2018 American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, Baltimore, MD, July 15, 2018.

Building Strategic Partnerships: Using Outreach Between Academic, Government, and Law Firm Libraries to Maximize Value, Co-Presenter, 2019 American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, Washington, D.C., July 16, 2019

Diverse Interactions: Addressing Race and Implicit Bias in Legal Research Instruction, Co-Presenter, 2019 Teaching the Teachers Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 31, 2019.

 

Sharon L. Nelson

What Will Be Your Legacy?, CALL Bulletin, Fall 2018.

Julie Pabarja

Member Profile: Featuring Julie Pabarja, AALL Spectrum, Jul.-Aug. 2018, at 20.

 

Eric Parker

“Aligning Our Books to Our Patrons; Presented by Glenn Johnson-Grau, Erika Johnson, Rice Majors; Reported by Eric Parker” Against the Grain, v.30:no.5 (Nov. 2018), p.65 (report on session held November 9, 2017, at Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC).

 

 

“Are We Done Solving MetaData Problems Yet?; Presented by Tim Auger, Rice Majors, Jeff Penka, Tim Coates, Graham Bell; Reported by Eric Parker” Against the Grain, v.30:no.4 (Sept. 2018), p.67 (report on session held November 9, 2017, at Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC).

“How Difficult Can It Be? Creating an Integrated Network Among Library Stakeholders to Promote Electronic Access; Presented by Denise Branch, Ben Johnson, Jamie Gieseck-Ashworth, Anne-Marie Viola; Reported by Eric Parker” Against the Grain, v.30:no.1 (Feb. 2018), p.62 (report on session held November 8, 2017, at Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC)

 

Sarah Reis

Promoting Wellness and Healthy Habits in Academic Law Libraries, CALL Bulletin, Fall 2018.

Teaching a FCIL Research Course for the First Time, DipLawMatic Dialogues Blog, Jan. 29, 2019.

Introducing…Sarah Reis as the October 2018 FCIL Librarian of the Month, DipLawMatic Dialogues Blog, Oct. 1, 2018.

 

Margaret Schilt

Rethinking Digital Repositories & the Future of Open Access, AALL Spectrum, May-Jun. 2018, at 28 (with Karen Shephard & Carol Watson).

 

Matthew Timko

Co-editor, The CRIV Sheet (with Ashley Ames Ahlbrand, 2019-2020).

The Gig Economy: An Annotated Bibliography,” 39 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 361 (2019).

“De Facto Parent and Nonparent Child Support Orders,” 67 Am. U. L. Rev. 769 (2018) (with Jeffrey Parness)

2018 ABA Techshow Review, CALL BULLETIN, Spring 2018, at 14.

MAALL Markings Articles (monthly academic librarian column, Dazed and Instructed):

  • “Why Should I Ask Questions?” MAALL Markings, December 2018, at 8.
  • “What a Difference a Year Makes,” MAALL Markings, September 2018, at 6.
  • “(Law) School’s Out for Summer!” MAALL Markings, June 2018, at 2.
  • “Free-dom Projects: the Effects of Reduced Budgets on Outreach Services,” MAALL Markings, March 2018, at 2.

“Basic Legal Research Summer Refresher,” RIPS-SIS Teach-in Toolkit, April 2018.

“Plan Your Day, Not Your Semester,” AALS: LWRR Newsletter, Summer 2018.

MAALL 2018 Annual Meeting Presentations (October 11-13, 2018, Memphis, TN):

  • “Leading in Your Library: Developing your Leadership Strategy”, October 11, 2018.
  • Poster: “UELMA and MAALL: Let’s Get to Work!”, October 12, 2018.
  • “Taking the Pulse of Your Users and Potential Users”, October 13, 2018.

 

Scott Vanderlin

Reference Desk / Should You Volunteer?, AALL Spectrum, Jan.-Feb. 2019, at 36 (with Dolly M. Knight and Maribel Nash).

Reference Desk / Making the Transition, AALL Spectrum, Nov.-Dec. 2018, at 40 (with Dolly M. Knight and Maribel Nash).

Presentation, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Innovation Tournament (with Todd Ito, received the award and a monetary prize for SuperSeed), July 17, 2018.

 

Jean M. Wenger

A Gavel and Our Connections to History, CALL Bulletin, Winter 2019.

 

Lisa M. Winkler

Presentation, Training the Lawyers of Tomorrow Through the Clinics of Today: Three Models for Practical Library Services in Clinical Law School Settings & Beyond, AALL 2018, Baltimore, MD.

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