Some tips for using video to market your law library
By L. Cindy Dabney
Why understanding your users' expectations can make all the difference
By Ingrid Mattson and Linda-Jean Schneider
Our experiences with an augmented reality app
By Elizabeth Barnes and Robert M. Brammer
Law libraries' struggle to achieve diversity goals
By Michele A. Lucero and Beau Steenken
Our AALL Leadership Academy experience
By Margaret (Meg) Butler and Trina Holloway
The truth about benchmarking
By Christine Stouffer and Umit Ertin
Google and federated searches may point the way forward for branding law libraries
By Dana Neacsu, Ph.D.
Is it time for a reference collection overhaul?
By Carissa Vogel
By Patrick J. Charles
January 24, 2013
By Mark E. Estes
AALL and the Legal Profession: Value Advanced
By Jean M. Wenger
Fall Executive Board Meeting Highlights
By Deborah Rusin
Coming Up in the 113th
By Emily Feltren
My boss just had a conversation with me about using a smart phone during meetings. She commented that the millenial generation doesn't know how to communicate face-to-face. I'm outraged, because I take my smart phone into meetings to check the time so I stay on schedule, to look up information as questions arise, and to check my schedule if future meetings need to be arranged. How do I bring the issue back to my boss so that she doesn't see me as immature and rude?
By Susan Catterall
An Interview with an Environmental Mover and Shaker
By David Selden
What is your favorite research resource?
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Bowen School of Law Library
Volume 35, Number 2