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ANSS Criminal Justice Discussion Group, Midwinter 2015

When: 
Saturday, January 31, 2015
4:30 pm to 5:30 pm, US/Central

Something to Talk About

This will be an open discussion among the attendees. Please come prepared to discuss the following topics:

Thematic LibGuides - Have you published a thematic LibGuide recently that you would like to share with other librarians? Current published examples focus on themes like restorative justice, transitional justice, non-adversarial justice, environmental justice.

Crime Mapping Resources - How much demand for such resources have you encountered among your students and faculty? What resources have you found most useful to your users? Have you developed a related LibGuide, handout, or other resource?

Recent Publications, presentations, projects, other initiatives - Have you published, presented, or started or completed a project or new initiative related to your work as a criminal justice librarian recently?

Criminal Justice and Criminology Librarian Tool Kit - The Tool Kit, which was last modified in October 2013, is located at: http://connect.ala.org/node/209515.  What’s missing?

Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop, iPad, smartphone, or other web-enabled device to explore online resources during the meeting.

The event will be held at Sheraton Chicago in the Ohio room.

 

Preliminary Agenda:
 

A.   Welcome & Introductions: Rosalind Fielder, Co-Convener

B.   Request for volunteer to take notes

C.   Open participant discussion on:

a.    Thematic LibGuides (e.g., restorative justice, transitional justice, non-adversarial justice, environmental justice, etc.)

b.    Crime Mapping Resources

c.    Recent publications or presentations or projects

D.   Criminal Justice and Criminology Librarian Tool Kit Revisited

E.   Topics for ALA Annual 2015, San Francisco

F.   Adjourn

 

A LibGuide created for the meeting is located at:

http://csu.libguides.com/anssccjdiscussion