Making Electronic Resources Available to Patrons
Legal Reference Services Quarterly
Robert M. Linz, Making Electronic Resources Available to Patrons, 19 Legal Reference Services Q. 115 (2001), available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/J113v19n01_08.
As law schools build interactive web sites for teaching and administrative functions, law libraries must continue to develop useful and resource-rich web sites of electronic materials for their patrons. This article examines issues and practical considerations for implementing Internet and CD-ROM resources in a library and provides a basic review of the media available. Suggestions for building an Internet or Intranet site are included as is an explanation of how to use database-driven tools to create an integrated environment.
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