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SharePoint lists allow you to quickly and easily integrate library content into your Intranet portal, making it possible to search, sort and filter without the need for programming or third party software. Register now to join us in a webinar called SharePoint Out of the Box: Power Your Intranet Using SharePoint Lists, that will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2010 from Noon to 1PM Central. You can learn how to create and manage research portals, virtual libraries, bibliographies, collections of external and internal links, or even use lists to generate update-able navigation within your site. You can transfer Excel or Access data to a SharePoint list in minutes. We’ll look at examples, examine the uses, benefits and drawbacks of using SharePoint lists, then walk through the basics of creating lists, adding data, and presenting the information on SharePoint sites.
During the session, you will:
- Understand the possible benefits and drawbacks to using SharePoint lists
- Learn how to create a list, import data to a SharePoint list and incorporate lists into your SharePoint pages
Cost: $30 per person USD or $60 USD for groups of up to 10 from the same firm
Cindy Chick, Global Manager of Knowledge Systems, Latham & Watkins LLP
Cindy works closely with the library, docket, records and knowledge management groups to help define and implement technology-focused solutions in her current role as Global Manager of Knowledge Systems. She was co-editor/publisher of LLRX.com for 6 years, and has been published in the American Lawyer, Searcher, PLL Perspectives and Online Magazine as well as speaking for a number of conferences and programs. Cindy maintains a blog called LawLibTech.com, “a conversation on law library technology and knowledge management.” Her most recent project is called CarGoDogs.com, a web site for those who travel with their dogs.
Nina Platt, Principal Consultant, Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
Owner and principal consultant, Nina Platt is a law librarian and former AmLaw 100 firm library director who has worked in law firms since 1986. Her work in library management has spanned all but 4 of those years. Nina believes the most effective law firm libraries are critical to both the business and practice of law and that achieving to build a business critical library can only be done through the use of business tools like strategic plans, business plans, business cases, and more. She has written and delivered numerous articles, presentations, and papers on library and knowledge management topics.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Electronic resources are said to be the future of the library where the library exists on user’s desktops instead of down the hall. While this sounds simple, providing clear access to the many resources a library licenses for its users can be complex. Register now to attend our webinar called Creating a Research Portal, to be held on Thursday, January 21st, 2010, from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Central Time.
This session will help librarians focus on how to present electronic resources via the intranet or a research portal in a way that makes sense to users. The topics covered include:
- Method for design
- Necessary technology
- Successful implementation
Who should attend? Anyone in leadership who plays a part in business decisions. Participants could come from the following groups:
- Library Directors
- Library Managers
- Library staff
- Intranet Managers
- Information Resources/Services Directors
Whether you are in the beginning stages of creating a research portal or redesigning your current solution, consider inviting your intranet committee or governance team members to attend the program with you.
Speaker: Nina Platt, Owner and Principal Consultant, Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
Moderator: Carrie Long, MLIS – Research Analyst, Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
Registration fees: $25.00/participant
Group registration fees: $50.00 for 2 or more participants from the same organization
Questions? Contact: Amy Witt
Our 5th and final webinar of the Creating the Successful Law Firm Intranet will be presented on Wednesday, September 24th at Noon – 1:00pm Central Time. It follows the previous webinars in the series – Research, Design, Develop, and Rollout and completes the model we use when working with intranets.
In this session you will learn:
þ Three key metrics to track to communicate your success.
þ How to plan for changes to your intranet.
þ Creating a user advisory board for future input.
Nina Platt, Principal Consultant, Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
Owner and principal consultant, Nina Platt, is a former law librarian and AmLaw 100 firm library director who has worked with knowledge management (KM) in law firms since 1986. She has written and delivered numerous articles, presentations and papers on both KM and intranet-related subjects.
Laurie Southerton, Certified Usability Analyst, Southerton Consulting & Art, LLC
Laurie is a Certified Usability Analyst and a Certified Business Analyst providing clients exceptional results with intranet planning and design since 1994. Her company specializes in User-Centered Design, Marketing, Communications and Training.
Amy Witt, Project Analyst, Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
Amy has over 8 years of experience planning and managing intranet projects and teams. Previous to joining NPCI, Amy was Intranet Manager in an AmLaw 100 firm.
Elizabeth Ellis, Partner - KM at Torys LLP
Elizabeth is responsible for the firm’s knowledge management infrastructure and research systems, ensuring that the firm’s collective experience and expertise are captured and applied for the benefit of the firm’s clients. As part of her role, Elizabeth manages the firm’s extensive precedent collections. She is responsible for the continuing development of technology and internal processes that support the firm’s lawyers in their advice and direction to clients.
FEE: $30.00 US per person
If you have participated in the previous webinars and have yet to register for Webinar 5: Measure and Maintain, register for this webinar. If you haven’t participated in the previous webinar, you will have the opportunity during registration to purchase the recordings of the previous sessions.