[Ed. Note: We’ve talked a lot recently about innovation, design thinking, creativity, and curiosity. If you are wondering where you can go to do some hands-on learning, then the American Association of Law Libraries’ Innovation Bootcamp might be for you. I asked Celeste Smith from AALL to write up a description of the bootcamp so that I could share it here. – GL]
Creative problem solving is everybody’s business. New ways to address problems, create value, and meet the demands of a changing information landscape is on the menu at your workplace, at every workplace.
American Association of Law Libraries is on the move and eager to share a new wave of thinking. They’re looking to reach people with ideas—seasoned leaders and energetic newcomers alike–who are ready to sharpen the skills that will take their organizations to a new level. AALL’s Innovation Bootcamp: Add+Venture Initiative is designed specifically for legal information professionals. Hear from experts in design thinking, library service design, and technology on topics such as:
- Design Thinking: A Strategy for Creative Problem Solving
- Using Service Design to Connect and Innovate
Access to Justice Tech in the Trenches
The Innovation Bootcamp will be held on April 25-26 in Chicago. Sign-up by April 2.