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CIL Secrets

I guess if you can’t at CIL, you can follow what is being whispered about in the halls.  🙂

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A great site just got better.  I use OpenCongress alot to monitor federal legislation and now I can do the same for 5 states (with more coming soon).  Great news!!

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New Google Scholar Advanced Search Options

This is great news for law librarians and anyone who researches caselaw in the U.S.  Way to go Google! 

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Congrats Sarah!

The LIB gets a new gig.

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University Presses Face Watershed Moment in Explosion of E-Book Options

University presses want to get e-books into libraries and make those books readily discoverable by scholars, but many presses lack the technical resources to pull it off easily. As recently as last fall, they didn’t have many noncommercial options if they wanted outside help.

But soon they’ll have at least four collective nonprofit or academically affiliated options to pick from. Large-scale e-book platforms organized by JSTOR, Project MUSE, Oxford University Press, and a consortium led by several midsize presses are all on the verge of going live.

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