Is it time to give your library's signage a makeover?
By Melissa Serfass
Two libraries in Shenzhen, China, engage in a unique international collaboration
By Christopher Simoni and Zhao Xichen
Calming the faculty fear
By James M. Donovan and Carol A. Watson
Are the senior librarians alright?
By Genevieve Zook
An interview with Greg Castanias
By Linda Will
The city's many amenities await Annual Meeting attendees
By Janet C. Katz and Carli Spina, with assistance from Renee Rastorfer
Cornell University Law Library debuts a student research contest
By Jean M. Callihan
By Judy Janes
March 23, 2012
By Mark Estes
Taxpayers Have a Right to Access the Results of Publicly Funded Research
By Emily Feltren
About six months ago, I hired an assistant librarian. At the time, things were very busy in the library and I didn't really have time to train him properly. Now that I've caught up, I realize that he's developed some bad working habits, partially because of training issues. How do I address this?
By Susan Catterall
Richard Barrows and Felice Sacks
Letters to the Editor
What three apps would you recommend to a colleague?
Ray & Kay Eckstein Law Library at Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee and the Salmon P. Chase College of Law Library at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights
Renew early for a chance to win a free 2012 AALL Annual Meeting registration
The AALL Representatives Program
By Sally Holterhoff