The annual New England Innovative Law Users Group (NEILUG) Meeting was recently held at Suffolk University Law School Library on October 4, 2002. Participants heard about the latest Innovative developments, particularly in electronic resources management, including MAP, MetaSource, Ejournals and more. They also enjoyed birds of a feather discussion groups. As chair of the national IUG (Innovative Users Group) Steering Committee, Anne Myers provided an update of its activities. Moreover, Brian Flaherty of the Suffolk University Law School Library offered his perspective on using Innovative to bridge the gap between public services and tech services. (The notes from his talk appear on page 17 of this issue.) For more information about NEILUG, contact Dave Turkalo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those of you who work with Innovative systems might also want to become involved with IUG or ILUG (Innovative Law Users Group). The following is a brief explanation what these groups do.
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