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Christine Hepler

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I am the Associate Director at the  University of Maine School of Law Garbrecht Law Library.    I blog at the Garbrecht Gazette but that hasn't happened in a while.  I am on twitter at chrissyhepler and I am on Law Libraries and Librarians.   Check out my schedule on ScheduAALL.  I am new to all of the social media and hope to learn more at this year's annual meeting!





Friday July 24, 2009

Arrive in D.C. Staying at the Marriott Metro Center.


Saturday July 25, 2009

8:30pm Opening Event Dessert Reception


Sunday July 26, 2009

9:00am Exhibit Hall Ribbon Cutting and Coffee Break
10:15am Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Zittrain
12:00pm ALL-SIS Legal Research Roundtable
1:30pm A-1 Making Your ILS Web 2.0 Happy
3:00pm B-5 Lincoln, the Law, and Libraries
4:15pm C-1 Network Neutrality: The Debate Over the Internet Superhighway
5:30pm CS-SIS Hot Topic - Blogger Connie Crosby on Why Librarians Should Care About Emerging Technologies
6:30pm ALL-SIS Awards and Reception (sponsored by BNA)
6:30pm Magnificent Monuments by Moonlight


Monday July 27, 2009

8:45am D-1 I Want My Web 2.0: Lessons from the Web 2.0 Challenge Everyone Can Use (or “Get Your MySpace for Nothing and Your RSS for Free”)
10:00am E-2 Chat 2.0: Renovating Virtual Reference
10:45am F-1 Getting to Yes: Developing Effective Salary and Compensation Negotiation Skills
12:00pm LLNE/SNELLA Joint Luncheon
1:15pm Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
1:30pm What's New in Hein Online
4:00pm G-3 Evaluating Federal e-Life Cycle Management — A Town Meeting with OMB, NARA and GPO
4:00pm G-6 We Don’t Need Copyright to Put an Article on Our Network, Do We?
7:00pm West Customer Appreciation


Tuesday July 28, 2009

9:00am H-1 So You Think You Can Teach: Keeping the Audience Awake and Learning Alive
9:00am H-4 Thinking About Treaties: Interpretation, in Force and Internet
10:00am The U.S. Supreme Court Law Library (Metro Tour)
10:45am I-3 Next-Gen Integrated Library System Features Relevant to the Private Law Firm Library
10:45am I-6 Hot Topic
1:15pm Exhibit Hall Refreshment Break
1:15pm Meet the Candidates for the AALL Executive Board
2:30pm J-3 Public Access to the Law in the YaOogle Age
2:30pm J-5 Advocating for Authentication of and Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Legal Information
3:30pm K-1 Vlogging for Law Libraries
3:30pm K-2 Find 50-State Law Surveys Fast!