The changing role of academic law librarianship : leading librarians on teaching legal research skills, responding to emerging technologies, and adapting to changing trends.
|Imprint:||[Boston, Mass.] : Aspatore Books, c2008.|
|Description:||218 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Series:||Inside the minds|
|Subject:||Law librarians -- United States.|
Law libraries -- United States.
Academic librarians -- United States.
Academic libraries -- United States.
Legal research -- United States.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/7189257|
Table of Contents:
- Seeing the "white elephant": a new model for law school libraries / Paul D. Callister
- Evolving expectations for law school librarians / Michelle M. Wu
- A new law school library and a new role for librarians / Philip C. Berwick
- Skills and concerns of future and continuing academic law librarians / Nancy L. Strohmeyer
- Adapting to new technologies and managerial demands / Roy M. Mersky
- The librarian as educator / Joan Shear
- The greatest challenges for today's law school libraries / Christopher L. Steadham
- The impact of new technology on librarianship / Carol A. Parker
- We are in the business of service: serving students and faculty in an academic law library / Olivia Leigh Weeks.