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From DIY to Semi-Homemade: Should You Integrate Third Party Applications Into Your Services Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (2012)
We all want to create our own programs and applications, but we don’t always have the time or technical experience required to do so. Three student services librarians will discuss how they’ve enhanced their outreach ...
Student Services: Comprehensive Planning for Library Outreach Southeastern Chapter, American Association of Law Libraries (2012)
Although serving student needs has long been a part our law libraries’ missions, a more recent trend has been to designate a librarian to focus on something more than just reference services. Three law libraries ...
Taking the Law Into Your Own Hands: Encouraging eBook Readers at the Library Southeastern Chapter, American Association of Law Libraries (2011)
Several law schools and universities have begun piloting eBook reader programs, allowing students and faculty to test and access electronic textbooks and resources. But the majority of schools do not yet have such programs. Although ...