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Roger V. Skalbeck is the Associate Law Librarian for Electronic Resources and Services at Georgetown Law Library in Washington, D.C.

Features – Options in Electronic Subscriptions: New Players and Old Favorites in Your Email In-Box

Options in Electronic Subscriptions: New Players and Old Favorites in Your Email In-Box By Roger V. Skalbeck

Published September 15, 1999

Subjects: Electronic Subscriptions, Features

Notes from the Technology Trenches – September, 1999

Notes from the Technology Trenches By Roger Skalbeck

Roger Skalbeck is the Electronic Initiatives Librarian at Howrey & Simon in Washington, D.C., and is the Web Master of the Law Librarian’s Society of Washington, D.C. Current work activities cover myriad aspects of electronic research resource evaluation, intranet content development, as well as research and technology training, all from a librarian’s point of view. This column reflects the personal views of the author, which are not necessarily those of his employer or any other organization. This column, of course, is 100% free of any legal advice.

Subjects: Cyberlaw, Notes from the Technology Trenches, Technology Trends, Web Management

Features – Intranet and Knowledge Management Solutions: Law Librarians Lead the Way

Intranets and Knowledge Management Solutions: Law Librarians Lead the Way By Sabrina I. Pacifici and Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Sabrina I. Pacifici is the Editor, Publisher and Web Manager of LLRX.com , the legal Webzine on research and technology.

Subjects: Features, Information Management, Intranets, Law Librarians

Features – A Review of the Lexis-Nexis Intranet Solutions

A Review of the Lexis-Nexis Intranet Solutions By Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Roger Skalbeck is the Electronic Initiatives Librarian at Howrey & Simon in Washington, D.C., and is the Assistant Chair for the Web Committee of the Law Librarian’s Society of Washington, D.C. Current work activities cover myriad aspects of electronic research resource evaluation, intranet-based legal practice content development, as well as research and technology training, all from a librarian’s point of view.

Subjects: Features, Intranets, LEXIS

Features – A Selected Review of Web Utilities for Browsing, Monitoring, Collecting and Printing Web Sites

A Selected Review of Web Utilities for Browsing, Monitoring, Collecting and Printing Web Sites By Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Roger Vicarius Skalbeck is the Library Systems Specialist at the Washington, D.C. firm of Williams and Connolly, and is the Assistant Chair for the Web Committee of the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Current work activities include efforts to develop creative solutions to technology based legal research problems, from a librarian’s point of view.

Subjects: Features, Product Reviews, Web Utilities

Features – What’s the Jurisdiction on that One? A quick tour of Internet and print resources for determining federal jurisdictional questions in the United States.

What’s the Jurisdiction on that One? A quick tour of Internet and print resources for determining federal jurisdictional questions in the United States By Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Roger Vicarius Skalbeck is currently the Library Systems Specialist at the Washington, DC firm of Williams and Connolly, and is the Assistant Chair for the Web Committee of the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Current work activities include efforts to develop creative solutions to technology-based legal research problems, from a librarians point of view.

Subjects: Features, Legal Research

Extras – The PACER U.S. Party/Case Index: What it does and doesn’t (quite) do

The PACER U.S. Party/Case Index: What it does and doesn’t (quite) do By Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Roger Vicarius Skalbeck is currently the Library Systems Specialist at the Washington, DC firm of Williams and Connolly. Roger worked previously in Minneapolis as a patent and trademark researcher, and he has also worked at general practice firms in Minneapolis and Chicago. Current activities include attempts to come up with creative solutions to technology-based legal research problems, from a librarians point of view.

Subjects: Court Resources, Extras
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