The Law Library has been invited to take part in UW-Madison Showcase 2006 by presenting a poster featuring the library's blog, WisBlawg. The annual UW-Madison Showcase is a best practices fair where members of the university community learn from each other in order to improve work processes, learning environments, and the campus climate in both academic and administrative areas. All members of the university community are encouraged to attend Showcase 2006. The event is free, but registration is required. The Law Library will present one of the more than 30 poster exhibits. In addition to sharing details about the WisBlawg project, librarian Bonnie Shucha will offer individuals on-the-spot guidance in creating a blog of their own. The Showcase also features hands-on technology demonstrations, concurrent breakout sessions and presentations by Chancellor John D. Wiley; Provost Pat Farrell; Athletic Director Barry Alvarez; Vice Chancellor Darrell Bazzell; Frances Westley, Director of the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and Joanne Berg, Registrar and Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. Showcase has expanded this year to include a noontime roundtable with Don Beck, who has advised world leaders including Nelson Mandela, Tony Blair, U.S. presidents on problem solving.
Submitted by Bonnie Shucha on March 27, 2006
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