Why Web 2.0? The opportunities and challenges for the legal sector

I’ve foolishly been allowed to organise a training event for the Scottish Law Librarians Group, and if you’re a member of the SLLG, it’s free for you to attend, yay!

Why Web 2.0? The opportunities and challenges for the legal sector

You are cordially invited to a seminar which looks beyond the hype at the challenges and opportunities Web 2.0 provides for information professionals in the legal sector. James Mullan will explore some of the technologies that are currently available and provide practical examples of how these can be used within an Information Services unit. There will then follow a chance for those who wish to investigate these tools to experiment with them on the computers provided, and have informal discussions with James about any of the topics covered in his presentation.

James Mullan works as an Information Professional at a large city law firm and is an active blogger, owning the Running Librarian Blog. He is a well known Web 2.0 evangelist and administrates BIALL’s blog and Facebook profile. He has also spoken at numerous events including Knowledge Management for the Legal Profession and Online Information and has written widely on the subject of harnessing collective intelligence by means of Web 2.0 technologies…

The first half of the seminar is expected to take between 45 minutes to an hour, with computers and refreshments available for the following hour of the second half of the event.

Date and time: 3.30pm, Friday 20th June
Venue: Edinburgh Training Centre, St. Mary’s Street,
Edinburgh (location maps and directions available
from: http://www.edintrain.com/location.asp )
Cost: Free to SLLG members

Thanks to James for agreeing to make the trip up to the Frozen North!

Author: Jennie

Law, libraries, books, crafts, and general geekery.

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