09 Jun 2016 12:26 PM | Anonymous member


AALL Webinar " Creating Engaging Digital Content to Teach and Promote Library Services"



Thursday, July 07, 2016


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Central Time)

Event Days:



Event Type:

Web Seminar

Event URL:

Register Today

Free for AALL members; Non-AALL Members - $60  
Registration closes July 1

Teaching users what resources are available to them and how to use them is key to marketing your collection. This webinar will discuss best practices for teaching technology to users such as students, attorneys and staff. Learn strategies and software you can use to create a memorable instructional presentation, as well as free sources of audio and video to help make it an exciting and interactive show your users will remember. Learn dynamic ways to market your library's digital resources so your users will return when they need to use them. 

Participants will:   
  • be able to identify three best practices for teaching technology
  •  learn to create engaging digital content by using software such as Camtasia
  •  identify three strategies for marketing digital content

Beverly Butula Beverly Butula is Director of Library Services at Davis Kuelthau in Milwaukee. She currently blogs on research and resources for the Wisconsin Law Journal. She is a past president of the Law Librarian Association of Wisconsin and is a frequent speaker on issues of website evaluation, legal resources, Web 2.0 technologies, and search strategies. She has authored articles in the Wisconsin Lawyer, Wisconsin Law Journal, The Verdict, and many other professional journals. Beverly has presented presentations on teaching new technologies to regional and national audiences. 

John Cannan 

John Cannan is a Research and Instructional Services Librarian at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He is a frequent writer on legal and legal research topics and author of “Are Public Law Librarians Immune from Suit? Muddying the Already Murky Waters of Law Librarian Liability,” which was published in the Law Library Journal. His current research interests are legal information services for self-represented litigants, legislative history, Web 2.0 and judicial rules. John has presented on creating and marketing digital content to both regional and national audiences. 


Kristopher Turner 
Reference and Technology Services 
Librarian University of Wisconsin Law Library
Member, CS-SIS Education Committee

© Minnesota Association of Law Libraries
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software