Plan to attend the webinar, Imagining Web 2.0 in Your Organization: The Wonderful World of Wikis with Cindy Chick, on May 21st, 2009 12:00 – 1:00 PM Central Time.
Wikis are well-known as collaboration tools, but they’re also easily the fastest way to create mini-web sites on the Intranet or Internet, making them a good tool of choice for many knowledge applications. Wikis can be used to track the status of a project, compile deal documents with commentary, build a small intranet, or collaborate on a procedures manual.
Cindy will discuss the variety of wiki tools available and identify wiki pitfalls and limitations.
Who should attend? Anyone who is interested in implementing wikis in a law firm environment including:
- Library Directors
- Library Staff
- Knowledge Managers
- Technology Managers
Speaker: Cindy Chick, Global Manager of Knowledge Systems, Latham & Watkins LLP
Cindy works closely with the library, docket, records and knowledge management groups to help define and implement technology-focused solutions in her current role as Global Manager of Knowledge Systems. She was co-editor/publisher of LLRX.com for 6 years, and has been published in the American Lawyer, Searcher, PLL Perspectives and Online Magazine as well as speaking for a number of conferences and programs. Cindy maintains a blog called LawLibTech.com, “a conversation on law library technology and knowledge management.” Her most recent project is called CarGoDogs.com, a web site for those who travel with their dogs.
Registration fees: $30.00/participant
Group registration fees: $60.00/2 or more participants
Questions? Contact: Emily Harder