The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) and the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has collaborated to create a white paper on the set of skills needed for today’s librarian and information services professionals. Whether it is Knowledge Management, working with Practice Groups, Competitive Intelligence, Electronic Books, or the evolving trends
Consumption of Content Requires Organization. Sound Familiar Librarians?
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On Monday, ReadWriteWeb contributor, Richard MacManus, wrote an article called Why Topic Pages Are The Next Big Thing. The article starts out with something that might look very familiar to a librarian… especially one experienced in cataloging structure.
Chronological and real-time consumption of content just doesn’t work anymore. It’s time for
Playing with Koha — Open-Source Library System
A couple years ago, I wrote a post called “Open Source in Law Firms – Unimaginable or Brilliant?” where I wondered if a BigLaw firm would consider using Open Source software for some of their technology needs. I mentioned Kuali, an open-source accounting system as an opportunity, but then went on to…