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2006 Talmadge Moot Court Competition Winning Brief, Tully Blalock, Emily Shingler Nov 2006

2006 Talmadge Moot Court Competition Winning Brief, Tully Blalock, Emily Shingler

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Google And Beyond: Finding Information Using Search Engines, And Evaluating Your Results, Elizabeth Geesey Holmes Mar 2006

Google And Beyond: Finding Information Using Search Engines, And Evaluating Your Results, Elizabeth Geesey Holmes

Presentations

Searching the World Wide Web can be a daunting task. The Web has expanded at such a rapid pace that nobody knows exactly how large it is, but it is safe to say that there are many billions of Web pages residing on servers all over the world. Add to this scenario the task of evaluating information found on the web and choosing between the hundreds of different search tools available – including directories, search engines, meta-searchers, and specialized search engines – and the situation begins to feel overwhelming. Fortunately, learning a few essential concepts of Web searching and site evaluation, along ...


Foreword: Why Open Access To Scholarship Matters, Joe Miller Jan 2006

Foreword: Why Open Access To Scholarship Matters, Joe Miller

Scholarly Works

On March 10, 2006, the Lewis & Clark Law Review sponsored a day-long symposium entitled Open Access Publishing and the Future of Legal Scholarship. That gathering led to eight papers that are forthcoming in Volume 10, Issue No. 4, of the Lewis & Clark Law Review. In this short Foreword, I offer some thoughts about why all law professors should take an interest in the movement promoting open access to scholarship. The principal reason, based in current circumstances, is the way that using an open access platform extends one's reach. The aspirational reason is that open access platforms enable us to ...


Staffing For Law School Computing Services, Second Edition, Ann Puckett Jan 2006

Staffing For Law School Computing Services, Second Edition, Ann Puckett

Scholarly Works

Report summarizing survey responses from 158 of 191 law schools, reporting on fundamental questions pertaining to computing services within the law school.