Tag Archives: electronic resources management

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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The Dead Tree Status Symbol

by Erik Y. Adams In 1989, my law firm made a change regarding desk copies. Up until then, all litigators were issued a six volume, loose-leaf set of local court rules. Starting that year, this set of books was no … Continue reading

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Pre-conference workshop on electronic resources management

During the latter half of the fall 2010 semester, I learned that our electronic resources manager and ILS administrator, a librarian with over 20 years of experience in the area, would be stepping down in July, and I would be … Continue reading

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