If you are like me, you know about Webjunction but tend to forget about it. So, a reminder about this resource is always a good thing! If you have never seen Webjunction before, it is a collaborative online space where librarians from all walks of libraries can share information and learn. For example, the Library Services section of Webjunction “offers a unique opportunity to find and share ideas and resources for creating and delivering outstanding services and programs for your patrons.” If you ever want to step outside the framework of law libraries and see what other libraries are doing, this is a great resource to keep in mind.
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