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Scholarly Communications Resources, John Beatty 2023 University at Buffalo School of Law

Scholarly Communications Resources, John Beatty

Law Librarian Other Scholarship

A short bibliography of introductory readings on scholarly communications, tailored for law librarians interested in learning about scholarly communications work. Created for The Developing Landscape of Scholarly Communications in Law Schools, presented at CALIcon 2023 by Christine Anne George, Benjamin Carlson, and John Beatty.


Law Librarians, Let’S Talk About Book Banning, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck 2023 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Law Librarians, Let’S Talk About Book Banning, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck

Library Staff Online Publications

As seems to be the new normal, there is a lot happening in the news (*gestures vaguely around*). It’s easy to focus on a few issues at the expense of others or to get overwhelmed and check out entirely. But there is one issue that keeping tabs on feels like a professional obligation: book banning.


Law Library Blog (May 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School of Law 2023 Roger Williams University

Law Library Blog (May 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

No abstract provided.


Creating Persistent Law Review Article Links With Digital Object Identifiers, Valeri Craigle, Benjamin J. Keele, Aaron Retteen 2023 Texas A&M University School of Law

Creating Persistent Law Review Article Links With Digital Object Identifiers, Valeri Craigle, Benjamin J. Keele, Aaron Retteen

Faculty Scholarship

A case study for how to use digital object identifiers (DOIs) to make online journals more accessible and improve their site user reports.


Congressional Oversight Of U.S. Government Programs, Bert Chapman 2023 Purdue University

Congressional Oversight Of U.S. Government Programs, Bert Chapman

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

Provides detailed overview of how the U.S. Congress conducts oversight of federal agency programs. Contents include a letter from a member of Congress to an agency head concerning an environmental development in Indiana, information on the foundations of congressional oversight, details on how Congress may require agency reports on various subjects in public laws, an example of a congressionally mandated report by the Department of Defense, documentation of congressional funding of individual federal agencies, examples of congressional committee hearings, congressional committee issuance of oversight and investigative reports which may include dissenting opinions, Congressional Budget Office cost estimates on congressional committee …


Confused About Copyright?, Sara Anne Hook 2023 Butler University

Confused About Copyright?, Sara Anne Hook

Graduate Scholarship and Professional Work

No abstract provided.


Law Library Blog (April 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School of Law 2023 Roger Williams University

Law Library Blog (April 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

No abstract provided.


W&L Law Library Newsletter, Vol. 2, Iss. 2 (Apr. 2023), The Law Library at Washington and Lee University School of Law 2023 The Law Library at Washington and Lee University School of Law

W&L Law Library Newsletter, Vol. 2, Iss. 2 (Apr. 2023), The Law Library At Washington And Lee University School Of Law

W&L Law Library Newsletter

W&L Law Library Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 2 (April 2023).


Open Access Without Open Access Values: The State Of Free And Open Access To Law Reviews, John R. Beatty 2023 University at Buffalo School of Law

Open Access Without Open Access Values: The State Of Free And Open Access To Law Reviews, John R. Beatty

Law Librarian Journal Articles

This study examines 648 currently published law journals to determine the amount of freely available content and whether the journals have adopted open access behaviors. Although most of the journals have volumes available online for free, the usual hallmarks of open access, including open licenses and clear reuse policies, are absent.


Demonstrating Law Library Value Through Mission-Centered Assessment, Amanda Watson, Amanda Karel, Amanda Runyon, Leslie Street 2023 University of Houston Law Center

Demonstrating Law Library Value Through Mission-Centered Assessment, Amanda Watson, Amanda Karel, Amanda Runyon, Leslie Street

All Faculty Scholarship

This paper presents a history of evaluation in U.S. academic law libraries, shares survey results about our collective professional mindset, and offer practical steps for law libraries that are ready to abandon a pervasive culture of evaluation.


Oh No, Another Chatgpt Post: Incorporating Ai-Powered Chatbots Into Legal Research Exercises And Assignments, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck 2023 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Oh No, Another Chatgpt Post: Incorporating Ai-Powered Chatbots Into Legal Research Exercises And Assignments, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck

Library Staff Online Publications

Since it was launched at the end of November 2022, the discourse around ChatGPT and AI search tools has been unrelenting. What impact will AI-powered chatbots have on education? Will students submit ChatGPT-written essays and homework assignments? Will AI make lawyers obsolete? Look, this chatbot just passed the bar exam! Wait a minute—is this thing. . . sentient?


Word Frequency- Content Analysis Approach To Identify The Terms In The Content Of Library Rules And Regulations Of Indian Universities And European Universities: A Comparative Study, Amita Roy 2023 University of Calcutta, India

Word Frequency- Content Analysis Approach To Identify The Terms In The Content Of Library Rules And Regulations Of Indian Universities And European Universities: A Comparative Study, Amita Roy

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract:

Purpose: Rules and regulation hold the immense significance in library for effective and smooth running of the operation. The objectives of the study are to filter the significant terms on library use rules and regulations visible in library website of Indian universities and European universities.

Methodology: Word or term frequency analysis method is used in this study. ‘TagCrowd’ software is used to collect the terms/words related to library rules and regulations. Top frequency and least frequency terms are highlighted first. Further a comparative study is occurred between the common terms of Indian university and European university through Spearman’s Rank …


Chatgpt As Metamorphosis Designer For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence (Ai): A Conceptual Investigation, Amarjit Kumar Singh (Library Assistant), Dr. Pankaj Mathur (Deputy Librarian) 2023 Central University of South Bihar, Panchanpur, Gaya, Bihar

Chatgpt As Metamorphosis Designer For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence (Ai): A Conceptual Investigation, Amarjit Kumar Singh (Library Assistant), Dr. Pankaj Mathur (Deputy Librarian)

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this research paper is to explore ChatGPT’s potential as an innovative designer tool for the future development of artificial intelligence. Specifically, this conceptual investigation aims to analyze ChatGPT’s capabilities as a tool for designing and developing near about human intelligent systems for futuristic used and developed in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Also with the helps of this paper, researchers are analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of ChatGPT as a tool, and identify possible areas for improvement in its development and implementation. This investigation focused on the various features and functions of ChatGPT that …


Glow Up Your Youtube Playlist: Video Bangers, Branding And More Educational Technology, Aamir Abdullah, Havilah Joy-Steinmen Bakken, Rachel Evans, Valerie Horton, Jason Tubinis 2023 University of Colorado Law School

Glow Up Your Youtube Playlist: Video Bangers, Branding And More Educational Technology, Aamir Abdullah, Havilah Joy-Steinmen Bakken, Rachel Evans, Valerie Horton, Jason Tubinis

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Tips for creating, growing, and maintaining your institution's YouTube channel and presence.


Lisp – An Historical Reminiscence, Heather Simmons 2023 University of Georgia School of Law Library

Lisp – An Historical Reminiscence, Heather Simmons

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Reflections on the history of the Legal Information Services to the Public group of the American Association of Law Libraries.


Law Library Blog (February 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School of Law 2023 Roger Williams University

Law Library Blog (February 2023): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

No abstract provided.


Which Office Essentials Are Actually Essential? I Relocated To The Conference Room To Find Out!, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck 2023 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Which Office Essentials Are Actually Essential? I Relocated To The Conference Room To Find Out!, Olivia R. Smith Schlinck

Library Staff Online Publications

Hello and Happy New Year from my office home office temporary office/library conference room! January always brings new opportunities and challenges, but over here in NYC those challenges began at the end of 2022 when on Christmas Day three pipes burst at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, causing significant flooding throughout the building including—where else—the law library. And my office. What’s the saying? New Year, new temporary workspace? Something about this feels vaguely early-pandemic to me.


Contributory Role Of Institutional, Legal And Ethical Factors As Precursors Of Consortium Building Readiness Among University Libraries In Southwestern Nigeria, olalekan abiola awujoola, ABIOLA A. ABIOYE Professor 2023 University of Ibadan

Contributory Role Of Institutional, Legal And Ethical Factors As Precursors Of Consortium Building Readiness Among University Libraries In Southwestern Nigeria, Olalekan Abiola Awujoola, Abiola A. Abioye Professor

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Consortium Building Readiness (CBR) is inevitable for university libraries that intend to provide adequate information resources and services to users. Preliminary investigations showed that efforts at CBR have not been successful in Nigeria. This may be as a result of the unpreparedness among university libraries to provide Institutional Factors–IF (Organisational Culture–OC, Organisational Policy–OP, finance, Power Supply–PS, Internet Connection–IC, ICT Literacy skills–ILS and digitisation), Legal Factors–LF (Governing Law–GL, Log-in-Option–LO, Non-disclosure of Log-in-Option–NDO, Dispute Resolution–DR, Cash Contribution–CC and dissolution) and Ethical Factors–EF (professional and business) to drive Consortium Building (CB). Little attention, however, has been paid to factors that could predict readiness …


Demonstrating Law Library Value Through Mission-Centered Assessment, Amanda Watson, Amanda Karel, Amanda Runyon, Leslie Street 2023 William & Mary Law School

Demonstrating Law Library Value Through Mission-Centered Assessment, Amanda Watson, Amanda Karel, Amanda Runyon, Leslie Street

Library Staff Publications

This article presents a history of evaluation in U.S. academic law libraries, shares survey results about our collective professional mindset, and offers practical steps for law libraries that are ready to abandon a pervasive culture of evaluation.


Gallagher Law Library, University Of Washington School Of Law, Jonathan A. Franklin 2023 University of Washington School of Law

Gallagher Law Library, University Of Washington School Of Law, Jonathan A. Franklin

Librarians' Chapters in Books

There’s no denying that academic law libraries are a vital part of the legal profession. Since 1928, law schools have been required to have a library located in a building occupied by the law school. Traditionally, these libraries were characterized by direct reporting to the law school dean, budget allocation from the law school dean or the university’s central administration, and a law library mission with a law school-centered approach.

However, in today’s economic climate, financial and operational efficiency is more critical than ever before— which makes organizational structure vital for law libraries to consider, as demonstrated by the growing …


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