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1/23/2013 6:52:09 PM
Highlights from Fall 2012 Southeastern Law Librarian
The fall 2012 issue of the Southeastern Law Librarian has been published. Feature articles suggest library students take additional jobs on campus, discuss lobbying for the Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act, and describe how libraries can strengthen democracy in Egypt. The issue also contains a profile of the law library at Lincoln Memorial University.
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1/23/2013 5:16:56 PM
Highlights from October 2012 Obiter Dicta
The October 2012 issue of Obiter Dicta, the newsletter of the Southern New England Law Librarians Association, has been published. In addition to organizational notices, the issue announces a joint program by SNELLA and the Connecticut Bar Association on the Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act.
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1/23/2013 1:16:17 PM
The February Issue of Spectrum is Now Available on AALLNET
We hope you enjoy the articles from the latest issue of Spectrum and encourage you to share your thoughts and feedback using the "comments" link below!
Public Relations: The Art of Making Law Library Videos
Some tips for using video to market your law library
By L. Cindy Dabney
Negotiating and Complying with Electronic Database License Agreements
Why understanding your users' expectations can make all the difference
By Ingrid Mattson and Linda-Jean Schneider
Bringing Augmented Reality to the Academic Law Library
Our experiences with an augmented reality app
By Elizabeth Barnes and Robert M. Brammer
Into the Breach with AALL's Diversity Committee
Law libraries' struggle to achieve diversity goals
By Michele A. Lucero and Beau Steenken
Unleashing the Leader in You
Our AALL Leadership Academy experience
By Margaret (Meg) Butler and Trina Holloway
The truth about benchmarking
By Christine Stouffer and Umit Ertin
The Internet: Academic Foe or Friend
Google and federated searches may point the way forward for branding law libraries
By Dana Neacsu, Ph.D.
Creating Shelf Space
Is it time for a reference collection overhaul?
By Carissa Vogel
From the Editor
By Mark E. Estes
From the President
AALL and the Legal Profession: Value Advanced
By Jean M. Wenger
From the Secretary
Fall Executive Board Meeting Highlights
By Deborah Rusin
Coming Up in the 113th
By Emily Feltren
The Reference Desk
Is it acceptable to use mobile devices during meetings? Continuing the discussion.
By Susan Catterall
The Sustainable Law Librarian
An Interview with an Environmental Mover and Shaker
By David Selden
Member to Member
What is your favorite research resource?
Views from You
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Bowen School of Law Library
The CRIV Sheet
Volume 35, Number 2
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