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AILA’s Publications and Online Resources Department offers several different training options for members who want to learn how AILA’s online resources can assist them in their practice.
AILA’s website, AILA.org, is often cited as the #1 member benefit and includes powerful tools to help you find, annotate, and keep track of your research. AILA.org trainings help users learn how to maximize the various member benefits available via the website. Members can schedule a one-on-one webinar training or a group webinar. Members who are interested in AILA.org training can contact Laura Embree-Lowry at LEmbree-Lowry@aila.org.
AILALink is a subscription database that combines primary and secondary sources, including over $4,000 worth of AILA publications, in one convenient location. Members can attend a regular monthly webinar training on AILALink or view a pre-recorded webinar training. Members can also schedule a one-on-one webinar training or a group webinar. Members interested in AILALink training can email email@example.com.
Member can also attend a holistic training that covers both AILA.org and AILALink, as well as the Fastcase case research database. Members can schedule a one-on-one webinar training or a group webinar by emailing Sarah Loor at SLoor@aila.org.
In addition to the above virtual trainings, AILA also offers the option for chapters to schedule in-person trainings for chapter conferences or meetings. Chapters can contact Rachel Pulda at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about in-person chapter trainings.
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