30 Aug 2018
Author : InfoPro Community Manager
Lexis Advance® Librarian Webinar Series—Fall 2018
LexisNexis® Post-AALL Highlights Librarian Update Webinar
Wednesday, September 12th, 2:00 – 2:30 PM ET
It’s been an exciting year for LexisNexis®. We’ve made significant enhancements to Lexis Advance®, we continue to grow our cutting-edge Legal Analytics by bringing into the LexisNexis family, Ravel™ Law, and that’s just for starters. You’ll also learn more details behind the Lexis Advance search algorithm and much more! If you missed AALL, or you attended, but didn’t get to spend as much time in the LexisNexis booth as you would have liked, no problem, we’ve got you covered!
Please join Gayle Lynn-Nelson for a review of what’s hot at LexisNexis in the Post-AALL Highlights Librarian Update webinar. You won’t want to miss this one!
Lexis Advance® – Custom Pages
Wednesday, October 17th, 2:00 – 2:30 PM ET
Custom Pages allows you to build a collection of sources and tools within Lexis Advance to make your workflow more efficient and save you time. You can also share any Custom Page you create or make it the landing page when you access Lexis Advance. You can make a page of your favorite news sources, or your preferred sources for due diligence, or the sources you recommend to summer associates for their projects. Custom Pages allows you to design the collection you want for any type of task - imagine the possibilities of this feature, and how it can make you and others more efficient!
Learn more about this topic with Bridget MacMillan. She’ll walk you through the steps to get you started using Custom Pages, and share the top suggestions to date for topics for Custom Pages.
News Research in an Era of ‘Fake News’
Wednesday, December 5th, 2:00 – 2:30 PM ET
With all the potential sources and websites for news available today, how does one sift through the mass amount of articles and news bits? What research and assessment of search results does one need to do today to be confident with the information provided?
Please join Loyd Auerbach, and a panel of journalists and other experienced media professionals, as they provide background and perspective on the range of where stories come from, how journalists and others assess the facts of the stories (and when they don’t), and the speed at which news develops and is propagated. They will address fact checking, and how to decide what to rely on and what to question, what’s correct, and made-up.