Elliot Felix of brightspot Strategy, a library design expert, shares his perspectives on the latest trends, tools, and tactics. As the founder and director of brightspot, Elliot has played a major role in the design of the new Hunt Library at North Carolina State University. He also co-conceived and participated in the development of the Learning Space Toolkit. In this webinar, Elliot provided an overview of trends impacting the design and operation of library spaces as well as the services offered within them. He’ll also introduce some tools you can use along with advice on how you can put them into practice.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today marked the 50th anniversary and rededication of the Cook County Law Library (CCLL), pointing out that equal access to legal resources is critical to a properly functioning ...
Congrats to Cook County Law Library (one of NELLCO's newest members) on 50 years!
Something rotten in the state of online citations Times Higher Education Now an international coalition of law libraries has a plan to make online citations permanent: Perma CC, a site that proposes to host primary source material for ever.
Just learned about Harvard's Perma CC project recently at the LLNE meeting at Social Law.
Solving the Supreme Court's link rot problem GCN.com In their report they noted that the Harvard Library Innovation Lab has created one such library, called Perma, built with the support of a consortium of dozens of law school libraries and...
Just learned about perma.cc on Fri. at the LLNE meeting! Great work at Harvard Innovation Lab with Kim Dulin et al.
Montana Supreme Court names Missoula attorney as state law librarian The Missoulian Chief Justice Mike McGrath announced the Montana Supreme Court has selected Lisa Mecklenberg Jackson to serve as the state law librarian.
Some of us have noticed a vacuum in the space where the prolific Law Librarian Blog once stood. Anyone that has been in the law librarian profession, and hasn't lived under a rock, is familiar with the posts that come mulitple ...
Wall Street Journal DC Mayor Declares Libraries “Essential,” Will Stay Open If Government Shuts ... Library Journal Keeping libraries and other services open, though, could put Gray on the wrong side of the law.
The Guardian The copyright cartel's plot to indoctrinate California kindergartens The Guardian It's sad to learn, however, that the California School Library Association has climbed aboard; the organization helped produce the lessons that,...
An Unheard of Method of Collaboration: The Cross-Country CEO Swap Wired The leadership forces behind SEER Interactive and Moz broke records on the spectrum of innovation and collaboration for a week when they swapped work lives.
What a creative and intensely personal way to expand the perspectives of organizational leaders. Kudos to these young pioneers!
Is Too Much Collaboration a Bad Thing? NPR Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of 37signals, which builds web-based collaboration tools.
Is Too Much Collaboration a Bad Thing? KUOW News and Information Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of 37signals, which builds web-based collaboration tools.
Harvard Gazette Women in the law Harvard Gazette In collaboration with the celebration, the Harvard Law School Library is hosting the exhibit “Women at HLS: 60 Years of Transformation” in the library's Caspersen Room.