Extras - SLA 2002 - Maximizing Technology: Creative Intranet Applications

Special Libraries Association Conference - Los Angeles

Presentations by Nina Platt, Bob Sullivan and Cindy Chick

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Cindy Chick - The Intranet Challenge: Keeping Content Fresh
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Cindy Chick, co-editor of LLRX.com, has managed the Los Angeles law libraries of several national and international law firms since 1978, and is currently the Information Resources Systems Coordinator for Latham & Watkins. She earned her Masters of Library Science from UCLA, and was graduated, with honors, from California State University, Fullerton with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.

Nina Platt - Maximizing Technology: Creative Intranet Applications
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Nina Platt is Director of Library Services for Faegre & Benson LLP where she is responsible for management of the firm's physical and digital libraries, intranet, knowledge sharing resources and access to court information. She has a MSLIS from Dominican University in River Forest, IL and 16 years of experience working in law libraries.

Bob Sullivan - Maximizing Technology: Creative Intranet Applications at Reed Smith LLP -
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For the past 11 years Bob Sullivan has been the Business Research Librarian for Reed Smith LLP. He coordinates business research for the libraries throughout the firm as well as assisting with the new business processes for Conflict Research and Credit Checking. In addition he guest-lectures at the University of Pittsburgh in both the School of Information Science and Law School. He has been an active member of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Special Libraries Association currently serving as a Director. His BA (Political Science) and MLS are from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He has spent 27 years in Business Research at public, academic, and corporate libraries, including a brief stint as an information broker, and now in a law firm.