Wednesday, September 19, 2012

SLA Webinar Next Week: Libraries & Knowledge Management

Legal Division of SLA (Special Libraries Association) will present a reprise of its hit program, Libraries & Knowledge Management: Taming the KM Monster on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 2 – 3 PM ET:
"Learn how librarians are using their expertise to develop connections within their organizations that deliver value by meeting the needs of internal and external customers. Discover how you can implement KM initiatives in your organization using existing tools and creative problem solving. Internal knowledge sharing, information silos and developing products that integrate internal and external data which vendors can't duplicate create added value for attorneys, managers, directors, and other professionals. This talk provides tips on how to start small, market your successes, and build on those successes for larger-scale initiatives, discusses how to define KM in a way that fits your organizational culture and mission, which, in turn, sets realistic expectations of what KM can and cannot achieve."
Attendance is free to members of SLA, the Canadian Association of Law Libraries and the American Association of Law Libraries.

Speakers are Camille Reynolds, Director of Risk Management & Information Services at Fenwick and West, and Jaye Lapachet, Manager of Library Services, Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:37 pm


Blogger Jaye said...

Thanks for the shoutout!

6:33 pm  

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