Monday, March 22, 2010

Legal Research Teach-In Toolkit from American Association of Law Libraries

The Research Instruction and Patron Services Special Interest Section (a sub-group of the American Association of Law Libraries) has released its 18th Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Kit.

Every year, the Section solicits contributions from the law library community that other librarians can use to develop their own instructional activities at their institutions. These materials are distributed several weeks prior to the U.S. National Library Week in April to anyone interested in legal research instruction.

There is also a list of kits from previous years.

The Canadian Association of Law Libraries does not sponsor an annual legal research teach-in but is has compiled a list of legal research tutorials and research guides from members.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 12:27 pm


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