Tag Archives: iPad

Ooh Shiny

Why should libraries have iPads? Sure, law librarians are awesome, and iPads are awesome. It seems like a natural fit! But sometimes individually awesome things, when combined, do more harm than good, so we need to think about this more … Continue reading

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CALI: Thank you, Milwaukee; Hello, San Diego!

I just got back from my second fantastic CALI conference, which was hosted by Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, WI.   There was a lot to talk about: Sarah Glassmeyer’s move to CALI, iPads, Apps, video conferencing, open access, institutional … Continue reading

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Ebook Apps update

Last week, I blogged about Ebooks and Apps in the Legal Realm.  Since then, two big ebook reader app developments have occurred. On December 6, Google released Google eBooks, an ebook store that is run via cloud computing.  You can … Continue reading

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Ebooks and Apps in the Legal Realm

My employer recently purchased several iPads for the Reference staff to use.  Since receiving one of the iPads, I have been exploring many of the apps which relate to legal research, including apps for LexisNexis, WestlawNext and Fastcase (all can … Continue reading

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