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Public Records Searching, Margaret Butler 2019 Georgia State University College of Law

Public Records Searching, Margaret Butler

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Shared websites for searching and finding public records.


Georgia And State Research Resources, Pamela C. Brannon 2019 Georgia State University College of Law

Georgia And State Research Resources, Pamela C. Brannon

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Shares a variety of websites for gathering the state of Georgia and other state information from for legal research.


Electronic Publication Of The Law: Copyright And Contract Terms Of Use, Leslie Street 2019 Mercer University School of Law

Electronic Publication Of The Law: Copyright And Contract Terms Of Use, Leslie Street

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Discusses the electronic publication of laws, including sites where laws are published, their copyright and terms of use.


Federal Law Research Using Govinfo.Gov, Patrick Parsons 2019 Georgia State University Law Library

Federal Law Research Using Govinfo.Gov, Patrick Parsons

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

This session gave those in attendance information on how to use govinfo.gov as a research tool for federal law.


Advanced Internet Research Techniques, Stephen Wolfson 2019 University of Georgia Law Library

Advanced Internet Research Techniques, Stephen Wolfson

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

This session provided tips for conducting advanced legal research on the internet including special operators for improving Google searches.


Rule 1.1 Duty Of Competency And Internet Research, Sharon Bradley 2019 University of Georgia Law Library

Rule 1.1 Duty Of Competency And Internet Research, Sharon Bradley

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Basically the world has changed and technology is the primary driver. The legal industry has changed and yet many lawyers still brag about their lack of technology skills. These skills are not advanced programming and software design. I am talking about the competent use of basic office applications. Service providers like RocketLawyer and LegalZoom prepare wills, contracts and articles of incorporation. It’s estimated that these providers are now at least an $8 billion industry. People that used to hire local attorneys are now using these services. Potential clients are also using online service to find and evaluate lawyers. The ...


Tidying-Up Your Digital Life: Knowledgement Management In Law School & Beyond, Amy Taylor 2019 University of Georgia Law Library

Tidying-Up Your Digital Life: Knowledgement Management In Law School & Beyond, Amy Taylor

Presentations

Taylor delivered a session full of tips and tricks for gathering information and keeping it all organized in the age of info-overload. Portions of the session focused on apps, cloud storage, label systems, customizing news alerts and developing your own trusted method for intake and synthesis. Specific applications that were discussed in greater detail included Evernote, Pocket, OneNote and AirTable. Attendee's walked away with ideas about how to best manage their own busy inboxes, news and articles by off-loading working memory anxiety's to a personal system that fits their professional life needs.


Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2019, SEAALL 2019 University of Kentucky

Southeastern Law Librarian Winter 2019, Seaall

Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Retrospective: 30 Lessons Learned (And A Few Strokes Of Luck) At The Crossroads, James S. Heller 2019 William & Mary Law School

Retrospective: 30 Lessons Learned (And A Few Strokes Of Luck) At The Crossroads, James S. Heller

Library Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Review: Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, And The Last Trial Of Harper Lee By Casey Cep, Christine Anne George 2019 Yeshiva University, Cardozo School of Law

Review: Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, And The Last Trial Of Harper Lee By Casey Cep, Christine Anne George

Articles

Review of Casey Cep's non-fiction book Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee. Highly recommended.


Everything From Soup To Nuts: The Full Plate Of Academic Law Library Directorship, Ronald Wheeler 2019 Boston Univeristy School of Law

Everything From Soup To Nuts: The Full Plate Of Academic Law Library Directorship, Ronald Wheeler

Shorter Faculty Works

Inspired by "A Day in My Law Library Life,' Circa 1997," this compilation collects descriptions of a day in the lives of law librarians in 2018. The descriptions provide a current snapshot and historical record of the law library profession, with similarities to, and differences from, the profession of 1997.


Propuesta Para La Creación De Una Biblioteca Comunitaria En La Iglesia Cristiana Familia Emanuel, Daniel Humberto Rojas Martínez 2019 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Propuesta Para La Creación De Una Biblioteca Comunitaria En La Iglesia Cristiana Familia Emanuel, Daniel Humberto Rojas Martínez

Sistemas de Información, Bibliotecología y Archivística

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Estudio Bibliométrico Sobre Lectura En Iberoamérica, 1995-2015, Evelyn Rodríguez Gómez 2019 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Estudio Bibliométrico Sobre Lectura En Iberoamérica, 1995-2015, Evelyn Rodríguez Gómez

Sistemas de Información, Bibliotecología y Archivística

Esta investigación pretende dar a conocer la producción científica sobre lectura en Iberoamérica en un rango de tiempo de 20 años, por medio de un estudio bibliométrico. La fuente de información primaria es la base de datos académica Web of Science, en donde se aplicaron operadores booleanos con el fin de crear una ecuación de búsqueda que permitiese recuperar los artículos relacionados con lectura, fue necesario implementar parámetros temáticos, conceptuales, territoriales y temporales con el fin de delimitar la información y obtener los resultados deseados. El análisis de la información se basó en los indicadores bibliométricos de producción, visibilidad o ...


El Papel Del Museo Nacional De Colombia Como Centro De Información Al Servicio De La Formación Ciudadana, Andrea Sánchez Cabrera, Ponce León Valencia Chaux 2019 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

El Papel Del Museo Nacional De Colombia Como Centro De Información Al Servicio De La Formación Ciudadana, Andrea Sánchez Cabrera, Ponce León Valencia Chaux

Sistemas de Información, Bibliotecología y Archivística

No abstract provided.


Propuesta Para La Creación De Una Biblioteca Rural En La Vereda De Apartadero-Ubaté, Rudy Adriana Sánchez Pineda 2019 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

Propuesta Para La Creación De Una Biblioteca Rural En La Vereda De Apartadero-Ubaté, Rudy Adriana Sánchez Pineda

Sistemas de Información, Bibliotecología y Archivística

La investigación originó una propuesta para la creación de una biblioteca rural en la Vereda de Apartadero la propuesta se llevó a cabo aspectos claves tales como se puede realizar un proceso con una comunidad rural y como llevar información al alcance de ellos por medio de una biblioteca para ello se tuvo que conocer el pilar fundamental desde las Bibliotecas Públicas de los municipios y como promueven servicios a dichas comunidades, también conocer un poco más de las bibliotecas rurales en todos los ámbitos locales, nacional e internacional con el fin de estar al tanto cómo se maneja en ...


Can Accessibility Liberate The "Lost Ark" Of Scholarly Work?: University Library Institutional Repositories Are "Places Of Public Accommodation”, 52 Uic J. Marshall L. Rev. 327 (2019), Raizel Liebler, Gregory Cunningham 2019 UIC John Marshall Law School

Can Accessibility Liberate The "Lost Ark" Of Scholarly Work?: University Library Institutional Repositories Are "Places Of Public Accommodation”, 52 Uic J. Marshall L. Rev. 327 (2019), Raizel Liebler, Gregory Cunningham

UIC John Marshall Law Review

For any body of knowledge – an ark of power or a corpus of scholarship – to be studied and used by people, it needs to be accessible to those seeking information. Universities, through their libraries, now aim to make more of the scholarship produced available for free to all through institutional repositories. However, the goal of being truly open for an institutional repository is more than the traditional definition of open access. It also means openness in a more general sense. Creating a scholarship-based online space also needs to take into consideration potential barriers for people with disabilities. This article addresses ...


Buckets, Kincaid C. Brown 2019 University of Michigan Law School

Buckets, Kincaid C. Brown

Law Librarian Scholarship

Inspired by “‘A Day in My Law Library Life,’ Circa 1997,” this compilation collects descriptions of a day in the lives of law librarians in 2018. The descriptions provide a current snapshot and historical record of the law library profession, with similarities to, and differences from, the profession of 1997.


Ask A Director: Tackling Technology Competencies, Kincaid C. Brown 2019 University of Michigan Law School

Ask A Director: Tackling Technology Competencies, Kincaid C. Brown

Law Librarian Scholarship

Question: What technology competencies do librarians and legal information professionals need to assist their organizations as they grapple with issues such as data analytics, artificial intelligence, etc.?


Stepping Up Access To The Indiana Code: Partnering For Increased Access And Preservation, Susan David deMaine, Benjamin J. Keele, Hannah Alcasid 2019 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Stepping Up Access To The Indiana Code: Partnering For Increased Access And Preservation, Susan David Demaine, Benjamin J. Keele, Hannah Alcasid

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Essentials Of A Publication Agreement, Stephen Wolfson, Mariann Burright 2018 University of Georgia School of Law Library

Essentials Of A Publication Agreement, Stephen Wolfson, Mariann Burright

Presentations

This session will focus on authors' rights and publishing contracts. When academic publishers agree to publish academic works, they require the authors to sign agreements before doing so. In the past, these “agreements” – contracts, by another name – often have contained provisions that primarily benefit the publishers, including assigning intellectual property rights in the works to the publishers and limiting authors’ abilities to use their works after transferring their rights. Faculty authors often ask librarians for their guidance on how to read and negotiate publication agreements. As such, this session will discuss common provisions found in publishing contracts to help clarify ...


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