Previous Programs

  • 2016 – Editorial Cartooning: The Art of Politics with Michael Osbun
  • 2015 – Libraries Behind Bars: Education and Outreach to Prisoners
  • 2014 – Sharing Water and Information: Water Policy in the Colorado River Basin
  • 2013 – Preparing, Sharing, & Archiving: What Scholars in Political Science and Law Need to Know & How We Can Help
  • 2012 – National Security vs. the Right to Know
  • 2011 – The Legal Consequences of Environmental Crises: What Librarians Need to Know about the Gulf Oil Spill
  • 2010 – Participatory Democracy in an Internet Age
  • 2009 – Political Engagement: Facilitating Greater Participation in Civil Society
  • 2008 – Giving Voters a Voice with Direct Democracy
  • 2007 – Can Blogs Be Trusted?
  • 2006 – Beyond Katrina: Politics, Race and Law
  • 2005 – Making Sense of Public Affairs Research: What the Pros Can Teach Us
  • 2004 – Interactive and Collaborative Curricular Learning Communities
  • 2003 – Crossing New Borders: Globalization and Copyright
  • 2002 – Librarians in the Big Leagues: Are You Ready for the Teaching Academy?
  • 2001 – New Technologies, New Opportunities: Collaborating With Faculty (Cancelled)
  • 2000 – Legal Websites Aren’t Just for Lawyers
  • 1999 – Politics of Scholarly Communication
  • 1998 – Bridging an Understanding: The U.S. and the Middle East
  • 1997 – Politics of the Information Future
  • 1996 – Political Campaigning in Cyberspace: Selecting Leaders for the Future
  • 1995 – 20th Anniversary Breakfast
  • 1994 – Binding Together in a Multicultural Society: Challenges for the Academy
  • 1993 – To Be or Not to Be PC: An Overview of the Political Correctness Debate
  • 1992 – Voluntary Action, Philanthropy, and the Non-Profit Sector: Overview and Resources
  • 1991 – Empowering the Public: Information Literacy for Environmental Issues
  • 1990 – Arms Control and Disarmament: Sources and Resources
  • 1989 – The Numbers Game: Public Opinion Data and Libraries
  • 1988 – Information Policies of International Organizations: Roadblocks to Access?
  • 1987 – Public Policy Alternative Sources: Access and Use
  • 1986 – Issues in Providing Legal Information to Non-Lawyers
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