Saturday, July 02, 2011

LexisNexis 2011 Report on Best Practices in Government Libraries

LexisNexis has published a report called 2011 Best Practices for Government Libraries.

It gathers together contributions from dozens of librarians in U.S. government agencies and courts, and from library association leaders.

Among the contributions from law librarians:
  • Blogging at the Largest Law Library in the World
    Christine Sellers, Legal Reference Specialist, and Andrew Weber, Legislative Information Systems Manager, Law Library of Congress
  • Thinking Outside the Email Box: A New E-Newsletter for the Justice Libraries
    Kate Lanahan, Law Librarian, and Jennifer L. McMahan, Supervisory Librarian, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Bill’s Bulletin: Librarians and Court Staff Working Together to Develop an E-Resource
    Barbara Fritschel, U. S. Courts Library, Milwaukee, WI
  • Proletariat’s Speech: Foreign Language Learning with a Common Touch
    Janice P. Fridie, Law Librarian, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Web E-Accessibility to Reach Full E-Audience: "Expanding Our Horizon" to Better Honor Diversity
    Ken Wheaton, Web Services Librarian, Alaska State Court System Law Library
  • Rebranding the Library
    Julie Jones, Hartford Branch Librarian, U.S. Courts, Second Circuit Library
  • Public Records Resources Online: How to Find Everything There Is to Know About "Mr./Ms. X"
    Jennifer L. McMahan, Supervisory Librarian, U.S. Department of Justice
  • The Challenge of E-Legislative History for the "51st State"
    Lisa Kosow, Law Librarian, U.S. Attorney‘s Office for the District of Columbia
  • E-Initiative Liberia: Creating a Legislative Library in the Rubble of War
    Mary Nell Bryant, M.A., M.L.S., U.S. Foreign Service Information Officer, retired
  • JustSearch at the Department of Justice
    Lila Faulkner, Diane L. Smith, and Jane Sanchez, Library Staff, U.S. Department of Justice Library Staff

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