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Tackling the Many and Various Problems of Scholarship Preservation

by Ashley Ahlbrand I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the problems facing modern scholarship. Last October, Sara Sampson and I presented at the ORALL Annual Meeting about two of these problems specifically pertaining to the fact that research today … Continue reading

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Citation, citation, citation!

Ah, fall. The time when the thoughts of law review staff turn to cite-checking, and 1Ls are introduced to the bane of Judge Posner’s existence. I actually love the Bluebook. No, really. I even have the credentials to prove it, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Get There From Where You Told Me You Got There

Subtitle: Adventures in Persistent Linking For GPO Access and Thomas The following scenario has probably happened to all of us at least once: You were researching in the Code of Federal Regulations on GPO Access and found the regulation you … Continue reading

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