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Legal Information:
   Will we ever stop
changing containers?

        Meg Kribble
     September 24, 2007
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         New tools
Physical to non-physical formats
Rise of the vendors
(yes, but will they ever STOP changin’?)
Changing expectations
image generated by Jessamyn West




                                   image generated by Darlene Fichtner




          ...
Since we launched TimesSelect in 2005, the
                            online landscape has altered significantly.
        ...
Do we need Robin Hood?
“Operating system of the nation”
           --Carl Malamud
Whose side are we on?
Hybrid containers
But wait!
quot;moribund societies for the perfection of footnotesquot;
          --Tom Bruce, Cornell Legal Information Institute
Repositories
Blogs
What is the role of law librarians?
Values
photo by d70focus on Flickr




Keep limber
Grow tentacles
Take down the walls
cartoon by Jeff Thomas, azuzephre.net




Embrace what our patrons use
Evangelize
Support radical experimenters
Cat and Girl by Dorothy Gambrell




Keep things sober...
...but have fun!
Questions?
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Legal information: Will we ever stop changing containers?

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A presentation by Meg Kribble, reference librarian, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center.

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Legal information: Will we ever stop changing containers?

  1. 1. Legal Information: Will we ever stop changing containers? Meg Kribble September 24, 2007
  2. 2. <html> </html> New tools
  3. 3. Physical to non-physical formats
  4. 4. Rise of the vendors
  5. 5. (yes, but will they ever STOP changin’?)
  6. 6. Changing expectations
  7. 7. image generated by Jessamyn West image generated by Darlene Fichtner Library 2 point what?!
  8. 8. Since we launched TimesSelect in 2005, the online landscape has altered significantly. Readers increasingly find news through search, as well as through social networks, blogs, and other online sources. In light of this shift, we believe offering unfettered access to New York Times reporting and analysis best serves the interest of our readers, our brand, and the long-term vitality of our journalism. We encourage everyone to read our news and share it, opinion - as well as link to it and comment on it. Our highest priority is to increase the reach and impact of our journalism online. The Times's Op-Ed and news columns are now available free of charge, along with Times File and News Tracker. In addition, The New York Times online archive is now free back to 1987 for all of our readers. The New York Times (finally) gets it
  9. 9. Do we need Robin Hood?
  10. 10. “Operating system of the nation” --Carl Malamud
  11. 11. Whose side are we on?
  12. 12. Hybrid containers
  13. 13. But wait!
  14. 14. quot;moribund societies for the perfection of footnotesquot; --Tom Bruce, Cornell Legal Information Institute
  15. 15. Repositories
  16. 16. Blogs
  17. 17. What is the role of law librarians?
  18. 18. Values
  19. 19. photo by d70focus on Flickr Keep limber
  20. 20. Grow tentacles
  21. 21. Take down the walls
  22. 22. cartoon by Jeff Thomas, azuzephre.net Embrace what our patrons use
  23. 23. Evangelize
  24. 24. Support radical experimenters
  25. 25. Cat and Girl by Dorothy Gambrell Keep things sober...
  26. 26. ...but have fun!
  27. 27. Questions?

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