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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
 
Vol. 5, No. 169
 
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The smorgasbord of stories continues today. It is always interesting when we get a mix of postings that seem to fall all over the topical map. After all, there is a lot going on in our industry and no one ever said that every issue had to have a central theme. Librarianship is what we cover and in all of its fascinating forms and developments. On tap today, we have a look at the openness of American law journals and a very personal look at what happens when you decide to start you library service from scratch. These are two highlights not to be missed.

Open Wide?

In her latest blog entry, the always insightful Sarah Glassmeyer asks, "How Open and Free are US Law Journals?" It's an important question. She writes, "While some people are skeptical about the value of legal scholarship, I tend to believe that there are at least some useful articles out there for the legal world and layman alike. However, this only is possible if people can read and access the content contained within them." We could not agree more. Sarah has done her homework on this problem. What she has found may just surprise you. Check it out.

Square One

Have you ever wished you could scrap your current library set-up and start over with a clean slate? The task sounds herculean for even a small library. Imagine what happens when you do this with a large one! Better yet, don't imagine. Read a firsthand account of what such an undertaking involves and the possibilities it provides. Featured from the Dumpling in a Hanky blog, we offer up: Relaunching a library service. We are not sure if it will give you inspiration or nightmares. However, we do highly recommend this read.

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Taking it all in,

John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Editor of Librarian News Digest
Senior Director of Research & Intelligence, LibSource - an LAC Group Company
Founder & Co-editor, TILT blog
Phone: 323.459.4999
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/in/johndigilio/
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  1. How Open and Free are US Law Journals?, Sarah Glassmeyer, August 23, 2016
  2. Relaunching a library service, Dumpling in a Hanky, August 23, 2016

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Compliance

  1. RecordPoint Brings Automated Records & Compliance to New Global Markets - PR Web (press release), (Records Management), August 23, 2016
  2. The 4 Levels of Verification: Verify Your Developer’s Compliance, Iron Mountain Information Advantage, August 23, 2016
Social Media / Networking

  1. Pinterest Acquires Instapaper; App to Continue On, Social Times, August 23, 2016

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  1. ECCA Winner Matthias Ammon reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2016, SLA Europe, August 23, 2016
Upcoming Events

  1. Blog Post: Upcoming Knowledge Events, Gurteen Knowledge, August 23, 2016
  2. Event: 4th European Conference on Social Media, 03 - 04 Jul 2017, Vilnius, Lithuania, Gurteen Knowledge, August 23, 2016
  3. Event: KM Asia 2016, 30 Nov - 01 Dec 2016, Hong Kong, China, Gurteen Knowledge, August 23, 2016

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