Letter: Clearing up misconceptions about librarians Montreal Gazette We work at a university, but there are librarians in public libraries, schools, colleges, CEGEPs, government, corporations, law firms, hospitals, non-profits and just about...
Excellent work! Thank you to these authors on behalf of librarians everywhere!
The nation’s first all-digital, book-free public library system has opened in San Antonio, with patrons lining up to peruse on online catalog on Apple touch screen computers and check out books on e-readers.
We can all check this out when we hit San Antonio for AALL 2014!
The Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries are fortunate to be part of a larger community of law libraries throughout the United States, extending out to the greater world. These other libraries include other Court or ...
Top 10 Library Stories of 2013 Publishers Weekly "I just didn't hear much sympathy for GSU on the panel, while I heard a lot of sympathy for the publishers," noted Brandon Butler, practitioner-in-residence at the American University, Washington...
Hawaii Overshadowed By Chicago For Obama Library NPR It's the same university where Obama once taught law and where his longtime senior adviser, David Axelrod, recently established a political institute.
“Legal education in the United States is about to undergo a long-term contraction, and law libraries will be among the first to go,” writes Mr. Milles, who teaches legal ethics and information privacy at SUNY Buffalo Law School, ...
Legal professionals continue to need access to legal blogs for their scholarly, historical, and practical research. However, at this time there is no concrete s (Oh My Blawg! Who Will Save the Legal Blogs?
Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries. Seventeen public law libraries located across Massachusetts. Site includes CMR, Mass. Court Rules, Executive Orders, and links to other Massachusetts legal information.
American Libraries Live will be hosting a panel discussion on the challenges and changes within the libraries for the near and distant future. It is Thursday January 9, 2014 at 2:00-3:00 Eastern. It is FREE to register and “attend” the discussion.
David Lee King, digital branch and services manager at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library will lead the panel which also includes:
Marshall Breeding, Library Technology Consultant, Speaker and AuthorBuffy Hamilton, Librarian at Norcross High School in metropolitan Atlanta, Library Technology Writer and SpeakerBohyun Kim, Digital Access Librarian at Florida International University Medical LibraryJoseph Murphy, Director of Library Futures, Innovative Interfaces
Register for this episode so you get email reminders at http://goo.gl/1p5dpV .
Preregistration is not required to attend. You can also attend by simply going to the site at the time of the event. If you’re unable to attend live, it will be recorded and available at http://www.americanlibrarieslive.org shortly afterwards.
2013 in Review: Positive Developments in the Fight to Open Access to Research EFF Some universities have started their own open access initiatives, and three states have proposed good legislation—one of which, in Illinois, became law.
Above the Law 10 Most Popular Posts of 2013 Above the Law The ATL Top 50 Law School Rankings (2013): The U.S. News law school rankings might be the biggest game in town (for now), but they aren't the only one.
A theme is emerging this morning. And by the way, Happy New Year!
He is the co-founder of the OnFirmerGround blog — a collaborative effort of international law library associations seeking to promote the value that law firm librarians bring to the business and practice of law.