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0100,0100,0100Posted to APLA-List by Melinda Renner ******************** The Education Commitee of CALL/ACBD (0100,0100,0100the Canadian Association of Law Libraries/l'Association canadienne des bibliothèques de droit) presents the following continuing education opportunity: Sue Beugin, Calgary-based consultant in legal information, presents: Court Decisions: Efficient Access Locaton: Nova Scotia Barristers' Society Halifax, NS Tuesday, June 25 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The focus of the workshop will be researching the Canadian English language decisions of the regular court systems. The emphasis will be on strategies - on what choices need to be made in choosing individual media, what assessments have to be made, what overall consideration must be factored in - to make research efficient and effective. Part of the program will be an interactive session where participants will work together on research strategies for practical questions representing various types of research problems: i.e. noting up, headnote searching, digest searching, etc. The workshop will concentrate, although not exclusively, on electronic sources. Those who have attended previous workshops in Vancouver and Calgary have spoken highly of the usefulness of the content and the effectiveness of Sue's presentation. Registration closes very soon, so check this site for the registration form and further info: http://www.callacbd.ca/hal-cle.html Or contact Cyndi Murphy, Chair, CALL/ACBD Education Committee Cyndi Murphy Director, Research & Library Services Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales Halifax, N.S. [log in to unmask] 902.490.8573 902.420.1417 (fax)