EVENT: Going Virtual – Thriving in the New Paradigm, Nov 8, 9 am – 1pm, Oakland. Registration required

The NOCALL Education Committee has extended the deadline for registration to NOVEMBER 7! Although, it would be most helpful if you could let us know as soon as possible if you plan to attend.  We will accept checks or cash at the door.

We promise that this will be a very worthwhile program! We hope to see you there!

Theme: Going Virtual – Thriving in the New Paradigm
Date: November 8, 2011
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Place: Preservation Park in Oakland (Bart accessible)

Workshop will include the following three educational segments:

How To Be Competitive in Today’s Economy
Speaker: Jill Klees, Employment Specialist, San Jose State University

Working on Virtual Environments: The HP Experience
Speakers: Martha Lyons, Distinguished Technologist at Hewlett-Packard Labs and Sue Charles, Research Analyst, Hewlett-Packard

Virtual Reference Teams – Best Practices for Demonstrative Value
Speakers: Tracey Pardo, Cooley; Jeremy Sullivan, DLA Piper; Betsy Chessler, Morrison & Foerster; and Carolyn Lundin, Winston & Strawn

After the official workshop program has concluded, there will also be an opportunity for attendees to get together in groups and eat at local restaurants to both network and have more conversations about the workshop.  An annotated list of local restaurants will be made available thanks to the Networking Committee.  There will also be a continental breakfast for all attendees in the morning.

Click here to go to the registration form. http://nocall.org/calendararchive/2011/2011_FallWorkshop.pdf

The cost for NOCALL members to attend is $35 and the registration deadline is November 7th.

Registration forms and payments should be sent to: Claudia CookAlameda County Law Library125 12th StreetOakland, CA  94607Claudia.Cook@acgov.org  Any payments not made in advance will also be accepted at the door.  Checks should be made payable to NOCALL.