The Micrographics/Audiovisual SIS has key programs to whet your AV technology appetite at the 2010 AALL Annual Meeting, so come one, come all!
Enjoy a complementary lunch Sunday, July 11th, 12noon-1:15pm, at our special program Changing Channels: How New FCC Regulations for Wireless Microphones and Broadband Affect (Almost) Everyone. Coordinated by M/AV SIS in-coming Chair, Ryan Overdorf, Senior Electronic/Media Services Librarian, University of Toledo LaValley Law Library, this program will feature a former Chief of the FCC Office of Engineering and Technology, who will moderate a panel discussion of existing regulation, technology, and the impact of FCC spectrum management on law school use of microphones and broadband devices. If you have not yet registered for this lunch program, be the first in line at the door to claim one of the few remaining seats.
Tuesday, July 13th, please make every effort to attend our Business Meeting at 11:45am-1pm in the Hyatt. Here we’ll be planning programming for the 2011 AALL Annual Meeting and discussing SIS organizational issues. Also on Tuesday, 2:15pm-3:15pm, don’t miss program J5: Documenting the Law: Video Instruction and Documentaries in Legal Education. Speakers Terrence McCormack, Associate Librarian and Head of Koren Center for Clinical Legal Education, and Teresa A. Miller, Professor of Law (both at the SUNY University of Buffalo Law School) will discuss the benefits of documentary film making experience for teaching how law operates in an applied, institutional context, and review key considerations for filming in libraries, court rooms, and prisons as well as personnel and infrastructure costs.
And the beat goes on...
Laura E. Ray, MA, MLS
Education Coordinator, AALL Micrographics/Audiovisual Special Interest Section
Educational Programming Librarian, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law