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WestLaw Webinars

Content providers are realizing that faculty are busy and need to learn on their own schedule.

That’s why webinars have become so popular.

Lexis has offered… 88 more words


Shopping for Legal Research Software, But Don't Know Which One To Pick?

Research Software Comparison Chart (with hat tip to Bill Statsky!)


Compares LexisNexis Advance, Westlaw Next, Bloomberg, Casemaster, and Fastcase. -CCE


Teaching Legal Research - Westlaw, Lexis, Or Some Other Platform?

Thinking About Process Over Platform in Research, by Shawn Friend, RIPS Law Librarian Blog (RIPS Law Librarian is published by the Research Instruction & Patron Services Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries.) 93 more words

Legal Technology

5 Essential iPad Apps Every Law Student Needs

While it may not be absolutely necessary for a law student, an iPad is an extremely useful tool. With increasing paperless law practices, today’s law students need to be comfortable with reading and researching electronically. 707 more words


Missed Delaware County Council? Here's what happened

Delaware County council approved a series of agenda items Wednesday, including the award of a contract to Metro Flag Company to furnish 57,600 flags for Veterans Affairs at a cost of $30,528.09. 245 more words

Delaware County Council

Charge Your Devices in the Library!

Juice running low?  If you need to charge your phone or tablet and you are without your charger, head to the library for a quick boost!   59 more words

Rodrigues: Downsizing Editorial Will Endanger Legal Publishers

Gary Rodrigues has written a blog post on the dangers of cutting editorial staffs at the large law publishers. In essence, he argues that the large publishers’ basic advantage over free web-based services will be lost since a skilled in-house editorial staff is what built the publishers’ brands, drove the profit margins, and today, in a digital environment of free information and proliferating software and cloud-based offerings, the editorial staffs represent the only genuine “head-start” these publishers have. 97 more words