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Dr. Susan Zucker, Director of Technology and Distance Education

During the last three months, my efforts have been spent developing various multimedia projects and brand new informational brochures for the NCSTL. Some of you may have seen these very handsome brochures which feature the NCSTL Cold Case Toolkit, the research database and other educational projects NCSTL produces.

The 2005 NCSTL National Conference has been uploaded to The 2006 NCSTL National Conference video clips with ADA compliant transcripts plus candid photos will be uploaded within the month.

The web-based guest presentation made by Dr. Kathy Reichs, producer of the hit TV series Bones and award winning novelist of nine books in the Temperance Brennan series, and Dr. Robert Dorion at Stetson University College of Law on February 5 is now available: Reichs-Dorion Lecture. Development of Law 101: Legal Guide for the Forensic Expert is progressing. Law 101 is NCSTL’s first instructional module and it will be web-based.

Of special note: URL based searches were developed for the NCSTL website to make it easier to share search results. NIJ is planning to use it to broadcast results to a very large audience. For instructions on how to use the Share Feature, see the From the Research Desk by Director of Research, Diana Botluk.