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Aaron Swartz's Work, Computer Crime Law, and "The Internet's Own Boy" EFF Aaron started projects like The Open Library that seeks to make one webpage for every book published (imagine a future where we don't link to Amazon when directing people to...
In the June issue of Technical Services Law Librarian Karen Wahl talks about Kristen M. Hallows‘ article called “It’s All Enumerative: Reconsidering Library of Congress Classification in U.S. Law Libraries” published in the Winter i
When students have trouble grasping the subject matter, intuitively we work to make it as clear as possible. New research suggests actually promoting some confusion may work better. If that’s true, how would it change library instruction?
Sponsored by: Credo Reference, Sage & Library Journal Event Date & Time: Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT Every time you look around, methods of conducting the reference interview have changed.
The animated television show South Park made a business of touching nerves, but even its creators reportedly did not expect the furor that roared forth over their Underpants Gnomes episode satirizing common workplace beliefs and practices.
Former director of Montco Law Library draws jail for thefts The Mercury “Not only did the defendant steal money from the Montgomery County Law Library, but he also violated the trust that taxpayers had in him,” said Assistant District Attorney...
As the University of South Carolina prepares to move the School of Law from its Main Street location to a new, as-yet-to-be-constructed building at the corner of Bull and Gervais streets, conceptual designs of the new building have surfaced.
Frederick Gale Ruffner, Jr., who founded Gale Research Company with his wife Mary Evans Ruffner, died on August 12 following a long illness. Born on August 26, 1926 in Akron, OH to Frederick Ruffner Sr.