Dennis Kennedy contends that by the end of 2007, there will be a clearly distinguishable digital divide between technology-forward and technology-backward firms. He suggests seven trends that should be on the agendas of law firm technology committees.
Sabrina I. Pacifici has revised and updated her guide to a core group of reliable, content rich resources for researchers. Highlighted topics include: a new search engine for legal blogs, one for free federal district court filings, and one for Wikipedia; an updated legal research guide from M.G. Gallagher Law Library, government sponsored e-waste and recycling services, a filmology of librarians in the movies, the 10 best corporate intranets of 2007, the launch of the Anglo-American Legal Tradition Project Website, and much more.
Indecisive Decision: An Examination of the Greenberg and Faulkner Cases and their Impact on Libraries
Sharon Whitfield examines the conflicting decisions made by the Eleventh Circuit Court in the case of Greenberg v. National Geographic and the Second Circuit Court in the case of Faulkner v. National Geographic and the impact that these court decisions may have on libraries that are looking to reformat their copyrighted material into digital media.
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Notes from the Technology Trenches – Technology Bits and Bytes: A Roundup of Technology News and Changes from Past Columns
Technology Bits and Bytes: A Roundup of Technology News and Changes from Past Columns
Notes from the Technology Trenches – Conferencing Software:An Overview of Linktivity's WebDemo and WebInteractive,Microsoft Ne
Notes from the Technology Trenches – Gathering Data and Opinion: Using Zoomerang in the Legal Environment
Gathering Data and Opinion: Using Zoomerang in the Legal Environment
The Continued Need for Web Training
By Cindy Curling
Designing a Successful Web-Based Tutorial
By Bill Taylor
Rethinking Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis Training
By June Hsiao Liebert