I acquired a lot of new information at the ILA convention. I acquired approximately five metric tons of books at ILA, too. My heart was fed and my enthusiasm rekindled.
And if I were content with that, ILA would not be complete. It’s great to get inputs; I’m a fan of Twitter chats, nerd camps, good books, coffee klatches, and research. We need those. We need to take in information from other people.
But rather than recap my ILA takeaways, I want to give some of my ILA bring-backs. I want to talk about some changes I’ll make in my practice because of what I experienced at ILA. Continue reading