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Margaret Schilt : Presentations

“The Future Research Value of Blogs,” The Future of Today’s Legal Scholarship: A Symposium in Honor of Bob Oakley, Georgetown Law Library, Washington, DC, July 25, 2009

“Faculty Services in the Academic Law Library,” guest lecture, LIS 788, Law Librarianship, Dominican University GSLIS, February 3, 2009

“Blogs, Working Papers, Electronic Publishing: Will Changes in Legal Scholarship Affect the Future Development of Library Collections?” Progam Coordinator, American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, July 14-18, 2007, New Orleans, LA

“Assessment at the University of Chicago Library, Past, Present and Future” New Librarian Program, with Andrea Twiss-Brooks and Jane McKeever, March 12, 2007

“SurveyMonkey and the Goodspeed MS Project”, with Andrea Twiss-Brooks, ARG Assessment Series, February 5, 2007

“Getting Beyond Inputs and Outputs: Outcomes-based Assessment for Libraries” with Andrea Twiss-Brooks, ARG Assessment Series, March 14, 2006, given again for Goodspeed Manuscript Project staff, March 31, 2006

“A Culture of Change,” 2005-2006 University of Chicago Library Service Awards

“’To Dream the Impossible Dream’: The Perfect Faculty Services Program”, Chicago Legal Academic System, December 3, 2005

 “USA PATRIOT Act and government intrusions into privacy issues,” Summer Linkup, an Office of Community Service summer program for interns in community service roles, with Jim Vaughan, 2005

Final Report of the Digital Resources Delivery Group Broadcast Searching subgroup to Library Board, 2004

Presentations to University Library Professional/Supervisors Committee, Library Board, and Committee of the Council of the University Senate re: USA PATRIOT Act, 2002

Bridging the Gap, LexisNexis-sponsored meeting of academic and law firm librarians regarding training of law student summer associates, presenter and coordinator, with others), 2002

“Not Your Mother’s Law Professor: Re-Thinking Information Services for Academics,” presenter, American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, July 18, 2001

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