October 3, 2022

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Weekly Facebook Live Event “What’s Happening Now” Starts Thursday at 2 pm

Does the new COVID-19 typical go away you sensation overwhelmed? Do you really feel inundated with emails, textual content messages, and telephone phone calls, and discover on your own lacking the simplicity of confront-to-confront interactions? We absolutely sure do! So, we have resolved to check out a little something new to reach out to our patrons!

 

This 7 days, our great reference librarians are introducing “What’s Occurring Now,” a weekly Fb Dwell celebration wherever we discuss every little thing we are executing although our in-person providers are suspended. You can concept us your concerns in the course of the Fb Dwell celebration, and we can response your concern in true-time.

 

Our inaugural broadcast will be Thursday, December third at 2 pm, and will be hosted by Reference Librarian Havilah Steinman Bakken. Havilah will share details about our approaching MCLE Crunch Time courses, our webinar on how to entry our Lexis e-guides by way of the San Diego Digital Legislation Library, and. most importantly, allows YOU to talk to concerns on how to entry our assets from the comfort and ease of your property!

 

To entry What is Occurring NOW,  use this backlink to navigate to our Fb page on Thursday, Dec. third, at 2 pm and you can see our smiling faces!

 

What is Happing NOW is just a person of the many assets that we have made accessible to aid you with your lawful issues in the course of the COVID-19 disaster. Check out out our Classes, Legal Databases, and COVID-19 Lawful Issues pages for a lot more details! If you have any concerns about our webinars or accessing our lawful databases, you should make contact with us by email, telephone, or Virtual Entrance Desk (weekdays in between 2 pm and 4 pm). Or, you can indication up for a telephone appointment with a reference librarian.

 

 

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