CD-ROM and Electronic Materials in Today's Law Library
Elliott, Franki, Computers in Libraries
"The ability to do word or phrase searches simultaneously through case law, statutory law, commentary, and related materials makes the old book or looseleaf service indexes seem laughably stiff limited, and untimely."
f you run a law library or legal information center that has no CD-ROMs, Internet access, or email capabilities, your firm is probably called Rip Van Winkle . & Associates.
Legal information floods the data lines. Legal publishers are rushing to transfer their material to CD-ROM and even more quickly onto the Internet, complete with push technology for daily updates in subject specific areas. Here in Canada, the Canadian Institute of Chartered …
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Publication information: Article title: CD-ROM and Electronic Materials in Today's Law Library. Contributors: Elliott, Franki - Author. Magazine title: Computers in Libraries. Volume: 18. Issue: 6 Publication date: June 1998. Page number: 60+. © 2008 Information Today, Inc. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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