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LLRX New Issue

Articles for May/June/July 2017 Google News’s new look sucks. Please let us revert if we want. The Last Mile of Contracts: Why Human Teams Are Still Essential A 360 View: Essential Steps for a Successful Next-Gen Online Catalog Upgrade (Part 2 – Implementation) A young Web, a murderer online, early e-bookstores, censorship battles and more: …

Subjects: Archives

LLRX New Issue

Articles for August/September 2017

LLRX Continuing Education Links – updated regularly

LLRX.com® – the free web journal on law, technology and research for Librarians, Lawyers, Researchers, Academics, and Journalists.

Subjects: Archives

The Next Librarian of Congress – What to do about the Internet Archive and Google Books scanning project?

David Rothman offers his insights and perspective on the work and challenges that await the next Librarian of Congress. He calls for an individual who is not only steeped in the requisite expertise of research, technology, learning, teaching and freedom of information, but in following with a cause he has long championed he states “we need someone with “a love of reading—including the e-book variety.”

Subjects: Archives, E-Books, Internet Trends, KM, Leadership, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing, Library Software & Technology, Management, Technology Trends

Hidden Collections Initiative for Pennsylvania Small Archival Repositories

Perhaps there is a local historical society in the neighborhood where you live or work. Archivist and Librarian Celia Caust-Ellenbogen educates us about a project that seeks to uncover important archival resources held at small, primarily volunteer-run history organizations in the Philadelphia area.

Subjects: Archives, Features, Librarian Resources

Guest Columnist – Expert Witnesses on the Internet

Expert Witnesses on the Internet

By Gloria Miccioli

(Posted June 24, 1997; Archived July 22, 1997) Gloria Miccioli has 20 years experience as a law librarian. She is currently Senior Research Librarian at Willliams & Connolly. Prior to that, she was Reference/Government Documents Librarian at the Jacob Burns Law Library of the George Washington University.

CounselQuest: Expert Witness Directory

Subjects: Archives, Expert Witnesses, Guest Columnist
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