Tag Archives: QR codes

We Met in the Middle: A Review of ORALL’s Annual Meeting

Though a faithful attendee at AALL’s Annual Meeting each summer, I had not immersed myself in the regional associations. So I was pleased to attend the Annual Meeting of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries this month to experience … Continue reading

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Android Love

I love my iPad. Every day, I tote it along to meetings, create and edit documents on it, read ebooks, etc. I often joke that anyone who wants to take it away from me is going to have to take … Continue reading

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OCU Law Library’s first Cool Tools Cafe

Inspired by CS-SIS’s annual meeting program, this month as a part of our Legal Research Certificate program, the law libraryput on our own Cool Tools Café for OCU Law students.  It was fun to prepare and present theseinstructional sessions. Each of our reference … Continue reading

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“Gone fishin’, back tomorrow.”

What’s a patron to do after the reference librarian checks out for the night? When thinking about reference services, I default to the active/passive binary (or, if you don’t like the connotations therein, how about the immediate impact/legacy binary?). A … Continue reading

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Quick Response (QR) Codes and Patron Services

While curled up with the latest issue of Law Library Journal, my eye was drawn to the funny looking graphic on page 153.  I had seen it before.  It looked like this: The graphic is of a Quick Response (QR) … Continue reading

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