This blog provides a space for conversations about articles and ideas found in AALL Spectrum
, the monthly magazine of the American Association of Law Libraries. The previous blog was located at aallspectrum.wordpress.com
11/28/2012 3:32:40 PM
The December Issue of Spectrum is Now Available on AALLNET
We hope you enjoy the articles and encourage you to share your thoughts and feedback using the "comments" link below!
Public Relations: A Day in the Life 2013
AALL seeks your photos for its annual contest
By Shawn Friend
The Dual Degree
A requirement in search of a justification
By Stephen Young
Hey! Employers! What is it That You Want?
The baffling job search of a recent graduate
By Patrick S. Daly
Librarians: Go and Be Disorganized!
A blog post got me thinking about our future
By Megan Wiseman
Why Does a Wiki Succeed or Fail?
Using one wiki's failure to understand why some wikis succees
By Sally Wambold
Law Libraries Linking Data to Mobile Devices
Save patrons' time and stay hip
By Anna Russell and Carli Spina
Rules of Dating
How to court your faculty or a managing partner
By Elizabeth Johnson
Attitude, Creativity, Collaboration, and Tech
The new success formula for law librarians
By Monice M. Kaczorowski and Jaye A. H. Lapachet
Isn't it Time to Establish Library-Related Social Media Best Practices Guidelines?
By Bobby Studwell
By Bret N. Christensen
From the Editor
Reassessing our services and processes ensures that they are efficient, elegant, and effective instead of merely "good enough"
By Mark E. Estes
Lessons learned from the 2011-2012 legislative session
By Emily Feltren
The Reference Desk
Is it acceptable to use mobile devices during meetings?
By Susan Catterall
Member to Member
What was your favorite class in library school or law school?
Views from You
A double rainbow over downtown Seattle as seen from a window at Lane Powell PC
AALL's Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
By Marci Hoffman
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11/5/2012 10:41:09 AM
Put Your Library on the Map, Part 1: How to Put Your Library Floor Plan into Google Maps Floor Plans
Getting your patrons in the front door is only half the battle. Once library patrons cross your threshold, they may become lost in the stacks or be too embarrassed to ask for assistance. Google Maps Floor Plans can help.
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11/5/2012 10:38:06 AM
How to Save 100 Hours, See a Beautiful City, and Expand Your Horizons
Those of us fortunate enough to have travel budgets have probably attended the AALL Annual Meeting at least once, so we know what to expect--lots of programming, some more and some less relevant to our needs, but all of it related to some facet of law librarianship. So what happens when you send a law librarian to a conference that has nothing to do with law librarianship?
Posted By 11/5/2012 10:38:06 AM