Category Archives: Legal Research

Theory into Practice: Teaching with Social Media

By Brian Flaherty Back in July I blogged about using social media as a tool to teach legal research – the post was a review of a “deep dive” program I went to at the AALL Annual Meeting.  Going into … Continue reading

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Teaching legal research… with social media?

Early on I went to one of the “Deep Dives” – the longer programs towards the beginning of the conference.  “Inventing the new classroom.”  Now I will admit a certain skepticism going in; at this point I’ve been to about … Continue reading

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ABLL Meeting

Fellow law librarians, Don’t miss an interesting breakfast program being hosted by ABLL on Wednesday, October 21st, at Suffolk University Law School. Betsy McKenzie and Susan Vaughn will present on their research into how computer assisted legal research may be … Continue reading

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