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Session 4: Building Partnerships in Legal Scholarship: Law Libraries and The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship

Rebecca R. Kennison; Larry Abraham; Elena Dana Neacsu; Vani M. Natarajan

Title:
Session 4: Building Partnerships in Legal Scholarship: Law Libraries and The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship
Author(s):
Kennison, Rebecca R.
Abraham, Larry
Neacsu, Elena Dana
Natarajan, Vani M.
Date:
Type:
Presentations
Department:
Libraries and Information Services
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Streaming URL:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6v2eTdVijc
Notes:
9th Columbia University Libraries Symposium, "New Models of Academic Collaboration," March 16, 2012.
Publisher:
Columbia University
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
This panel will address ways in which law librarians can envision working with other information specialists and promote institutional partnership and collaboration to support and perhaps reshape legal education, research and scholarship. Digitization has helped our profession by underlining our role as experts in finding information within an ever changing digital environment. But we are not the only information specialists to navigate the digitization waters. It will explore how librarians can re-imagine their partnership with the legal academia. It will show successful examples where librarians have focused their efforts within the work flow of their patron base, and seamlessly shaped their research habits.
Subject(s):
Library science
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