Tag Archives: collaboration

Access to Legal Information: A Look at the Legal Information Preservation Alliance

by Brandon Wright Adler Access to legal information is something that law librarians, scholars, and even the general public fight for every day. Preserving historical print legal information was once the primary focus among law librarians, i.e. preserving a books … Continue reading

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Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Supporting Librarian Scholarship within Your Institution

by Ashley Ahlbrand Librarians are many things: caretakers, teachers, guides, support.  These roles reflect the work that we do and the relationships we have with our patrons. Yet there is another role many of us fill, whether as a requirement … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Teaching

By Meg Butler There is a value to saying things out loud.  Talking and reflecting on experiences can make them more memorable or meaningful—many people make sense of their experiences through talking or writing about them.  I am not afraid … Continue reading

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Tips for Law Librarians who Sometimes have to do Foreign Law Research

January 31st marks the end of my first month as a Foreign & International Law Librarian and as a reference librarian at a university rather than a stand-alone law school. I have already met the Foreign & International Law faculty … Continue reading

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