“International Law in an Interdependent World.” Programs include The Authority of Scholarship; Transnational Justice for International Crimes: State of the Art; and Accountability or Imperialism? From Terrorism to Territorial Torts. Keynote speakers include Justice Ben Kioko of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights; Judge Rosemary Barkett of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal; and Karim A.A. Khan, International Criminal Court Prosecutor.
Joint EBLIDA – PL2030 – NAPLE & RL:EU Event.
“Charting the Future of Libraries.” The conference will start with an outline of the changes in society and the resulting changing demands on libraries. This will be elaborated on from the perspective of the practitioner, the teaching of library students and that of the policy maker. Includes workshops on librarian skills, matching the offer and the demand of librarians, and the knowledge gap.
“Building for the Future.”
“Branching Out: Growing and Adapting Your Information Literacy Practice.”
“Truth and Dare.” With this theme, we extend an invitation for First Nations Truth Telling, we showcase the battle against disinformation, and we dare ourselves to push our work forward to continue to bring vibrant, relevant services to library users and communities.
“From Metadata to Big Data: Trends and Hidden Treasures in Caribbean Libraries, Museums, and Archives.”
“Embracing Change.” WILU 2024 invites you to think about how you can evolve and adapt to an ever-shifting landscape. How can you actively build the future, enrich the present, and embrace change?
“Copyright: New Horizons – Attack of the Bots” The CILIP Online Copyright Conference is an ideal and unique opportunity for all librarians, archivists and information professionals to update their knowledge and professional practice in this crucial area. Additionally, it will appeal to those who want to update their general copyright, licensing and publishing knowledge.
The 2024 Teaching the Teachers conference will focus on evidence-based instructional strategies and instructional design. Taught by law librarians for law librarians, this program will be a hands-on learning opportunity where we will leverage our collective teaching experience to enhance our work in the legal research classroom and revise/prepare materials for our teaching with guidance from experts. Every program will have an interactive component. Attendance is application-based.