Creating and Developing Information Resources - CPD Event

ALLA is proud to collaborate with Kidd's Law Publications and present a webinar on Creating and developing information resources and products – How one small publisher makes themselves indispensable and you can too?

Over the coming months ALLA will collaborate with leaders in the information industry to bring you expertise and knowledge that will enable you to turn information into knowledge. Please let your CPD co-ordinator know if you have any suggestions for CPDs.

Title of Seminar: Creating and developing information resources and products – How one small publisher makes themselves indispensable and you can too?

The seminar, through recounting the story of the development of Kidd’s Law Publications will seek to inform, equip and motivate librarians to seize opportunities to create their own client facing information value added resources and products. 

Register now at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4676457525322205188

When: Wednesday 17th of Ausgust at 1pm ACST.
Cost: Free to ALLA members, join us if you are interested
Presenter: David Kidd
We Thank: Kidd's Law Publications
Hashtag: #kiddlaw 

About our Presenter:
David Kidd was born in New Zealand. He completed his law degree with honours in 1990 at the University of Adelaide. He served as an Associate to Senior Members Kiosoglous and Purcell at the AAT in 1991 and 1992. Following his completion of his Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice in 1993 and admission to practice as a barrister and solicitor he commenced practice as a legal research consultant for SA legal practitioners. During this practice he developed his initial loose-leaf law publications ‘SA Workers Compensation Law’, ‘SA Industrial Law’ and ‘Damages SA’ and gained considerable insight into legal practitioners’ informational needs. These publications continue to be highly successful in SA. In 2004 David ceased his legal research consultancy to specialize in law publishing and has since developed national fair work, damages and motor and traffic law publications. David has recently moved back to NZ and continues publishing Australian publications from there.

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