New Jersey Law Librarians Association
Meeting & Luncheon – 60 Sites in 60 Minutes
Presenters: Gayle Lynn-Nelson, Librarian Relations, LexisNexis and Kathy Taggart, Senior Reference Librarian, Lowenstein Sandler PC
Let our Internet gurus keep you riveted to your seat for a fast-paced, fun and fact filled hour. From the best to the bizarre, and the most informative to the most entertaining, our panelists will spend just a minute explaining each particular site. Hold on to your seats for this one! By the end of the hour, you will have witnessed 60 incredible, entertaining, educational, interesting and informative sites ranging from the best legal sites to the coolest diversions for those important breaks during the busy day.
Community Service Project – Books for Early Childhood Health Fairs
The Rutgers Special Education Clinic will be conducting two early childhood health fairs in April to improve awareness of early childhood development and early intervention programs. Organized by Rutgers law and social work students working at the Clinic, the students anticipate between 300 – 500 children and their families at each fair, and would like each child to leave with at least one book, in addition to other giveaways. The Clinic is now collecting donations of books, new or gently used, in English and Spanish, that are appropriate for children ages 0 – 5. This includes board books, early childhood readers and emergent reading books. NJLLA, in partnership with Rutgers, will collect books at the March 7 meeting. If you are unable to attend, please send a contribution with someone who is going or directly to Sue Lyons at Rutgers Law School Newark.
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