UF Law librarians active at SEAALL

Published: April 2nd, 2012

Category: News Briefs

UF Law librarians were active this past week at the annual Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (SEAALL) meeting, which was held at the Hilton Clearwater hotel March 22-24. Speaking (in order of appearance) and the program titles were: Jenny Wondracek – “Going Mobile with Faculty;” Claire Germain – “Step into the Future with Knowledge of the Past,” and “Mentoring, Sharing Information, and Succession Planning;” Edward Hart – “Seminoles and Gators: Can Shared Patron Driven Acquisitions Overcome the Rivalry?;” Shira Megerman – “Student Services: Comprehensive Planning for Library Outreach;” Patricia Morgan – “In Step with Community Outreach;” and Edward Hart, who is vice president of SEAALL and also served as chair of the program committee that planned the 2012 meeting. The following librarians began a year of service to SEAALL as of March 24 in these positions are: Edward Hart – President; Elizabeth Outler – Scholarship Committee, Chair; Jenny Wondracek – Institute Coordinator; and Patricia Morgan – Community Service, Member.