Law librarians often use listservs to informally survey each other on a variety of issues relating to legal information and librarianship. Many times the results of these surveys are posted to the listserv for everyone else’s benefit. But how does one keep track of this useful information?
A new column in the ALL-SIS newsletter seeks to “compile in a convenient place” the results of informal surveys conducted on the ALL-SIS listserv. The first column in this series covers a number of surveys ranging in topic from legal research workbooks, library internship programs, and legal research videos. There is a wealth of information in this column.
If you haven’t already seen it, take a look. It’s definitely worth following. The first column can be found in Volume 28, Issue 2 (Spring 2009) of the ALL-SIS newsletter (click here to go to the newsletter homepage).