Please consider attending the second session in our Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project (SALI) 2021 Virtual Conference Series. SALI is a partnership among libraries, justice stakeholders, and community organizations, working to increase legal information access within Saskatchewan. Despite being a critical component in improving access to justice, it is often difficult for members of the public to find and access legal information.
How the Publications Saskatchewan Website Can Help Library Patrons
When: Wednesday, May 5th @ 1:30pm – 2:30pm CST
Navigating Government Publications, Legislation and Information: Publications Saskatchewan will review the overall mandate of the Government of Saskatchewan program, legislative tools and how to access legislative information and publications through its website, Publications Centre. Publications Centre includes a comprehensive legislative section, Freelaw®.You will learn how to efficiently navigate to the different web pages including government ministries, the Representing Yourself area, external government-related areas such as PLEA as well as how to effectively use the search tool. Also covered will be how to create an account, favourite publications and place orders of print publications. Time will be allowed for information providers to ask questions.
Marilyn Lustig-McEwen, Queen’s Printer for Saskatchewan
Shelley Fiesel, Assistant Director, Publications Saskatchewan
Allie Kelln, Senior Digital Communications Consultant
Please register for the event at this link: https://saliproject.eventbrite.ca.