Research, Instruction & Patron Services Special Interest Section (RIPS-SIS), Legal Information Services to the Public SIS (LISP-SIS), and AALL have collaborated on a digital white paper focused on self-care for library staff. Legal Ease: Self-Care for Library Staff
(2018) is available on AALL's website.
Interested in guided audio practices? Mindful shared its list of Top 10 Guided Practices of 2017
.Filippa M. Anzalone's article Zen and the Art of Multitasking: Mindfulness for Law Librarians (Law Library Journal, Fall 2015) explains mindfulness, its benefits, and a few exercises to get started.
New Hampshire and Loyola law libraries
' Mindfulness LibGuides suggest useful resources for both newcomers and practitioners.
Are you a member of PLLIP-SIS? Members can view Wendy Maines (Thomson Reuters) webinar Mindfulness and the Law Firm Librarian.
If you would like to get started with a webinar for librarians, Mindfulness and Engagement (recorded June 2017) covers burnout and mindfulness practice. Facilitators Dr. Richard Moniz and Martin House also lead ALA e-courses on mindfulness.
NOCALL's 2016 Spring Institute included a session on Mindfulness Meditation and Law Libraries
. Tim Iglesias (USF Law) led the session. The video is available on NOCALL's YouTube
The Consortium for Mindfulness in Legal Education offers a webinar
"Making Mindfulness Available to All Through Diversity, Inclusive Teaching and Compassionate Learning Communities" with law professors Rhonda Magee (USF) and Angela Harris (UC Davis) recorded on February 20, 2015 (75-minute recording).