Join us on June 9, 2016 at noon in the CCLA Library for a WestlawNext Canada training session. This session will be one hour, and is absolutely free of charge.
For our Westlaw sessions, we like to bring in our local trainer Josée Provost. She is just so good that there’s no point in us trying to do better! If you haven’t really got the hang of the new Westlaw interface, or want to know more about the useful tools built into Westlaw such as the Canadian Abridgment, this is an excellent session for you to attend. If you are a learn-by-doing type, please feel free to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and Josée can give you a training password so that you can follow along with her during the session.
If you’d like to attend, please head over to our Event page and send us an RSVP.
If you can’t make it into the library, but still need some help, check out Carswell’s online learning tools. They have a whole bunch of short videos on how to use Westlaw. To give you a taste, here’s the video for one of my absolute favourite functions in Westlaw – noting up a statutory provision: