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AALL103rd Annual Meeting and Conference

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Presentation from the American Association of Law Libraries 103rd Annual Meeting and Conference.

In 1990, not many people understood the impact that the Internet, email, and PowerPoint would have on our law schools by 2000. In 2000, who knew that in 2010 law schools would need to create Facebook pages, LinkedIn groups, and Twitter feeds? In this panel, Debbie Ginsberg, Emily Barney, and Sejal Vaishnev discuss three visions of law school technology in 2020: in the classroom, on the web, and in our technology administration centers. What technologies are likely to become vital tools and which will disappear? More importantly, how will law students, staff, and faculty approach new technologies over the next decade and what does this mean for future planning?

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