The Library Systems & Resource Discovery Special Interest Section (LSRD-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) focuses on metadata, electronic resources, and library systems, particularly library resource management systems, discovery systems, and bibliographic services and utilities.
This Special Interest Section:
- Fosters communication between public and technical services to improve access to resources through metadata and systems
- Explores opportunities for enhancing access to electronic resources through metadata and systems
- Facilitates the exchange of information about systems among its members
- Investigates and shares new ways to use metadata that enhance user access to information
AALL Law Repositories Caucus Presents Sandbox Series #5
Mondays in February at 2 PM Eastern
In this continuation of the 2021 series hosted by the Law Repositories Caucus, we are joined once again by co-sponsoring group Library Systems and Resource Discovery SIS. As with prior sessions, presenters will share a project related to their institutional repository or scholarly communications. LSRD-SIS co-sponsored sessions will focus on a project that improves discoverability of their resources and systems in some way. This series is not limited to AALL members! It is free and open for anyone to attend, so please spread the word with others you may know who work with IR's.
RSVP for the remaining sessions in this month's series:
- February 14: Creating SelectedWorks Faculty Profiles" from Miguel Colon Jr. from Cardozo Law Library
- February 28: "LRSD-SIS Presents: Using Maps for IR Discovery"
Visit larc.cardozo.yu.edu/sandbox-series for information on previous series topics and to find the forthcoming paper once available for each session. If you have questions please contact Christine at email@example.com.