Legal librarianship has changed a great deal with the advent of new web and mobile technologies, and it continues to evolve daily. Forward-thinking law libraries are not only embracing new trends and technological advancements, but are looking ahead to see what's on the horizon for law libraries in the future.
This panel will cover the most cutting-edge developments that face today's modern law libraries, including mobile device management, web-scale discovery, competitive intelligence, digital-age marketing, and much more.
These critical issues are approached from the perspective of tech-savvy library leaders, who will each discuss how forward-thinking libraries are tackling traditional library practices, such as reference, collection development, technical services, and administration in the Digital Age.
This lively panel will be done in PechaKucha 20X20 style – a Japanese presentation style in which each presentation consists of 20 images (or slides), each shown for 20 second
Striepe, Thomas J.; Alexander, Jennifer; Bailey, Scott D.; Craigle, Valeri; Mills, William R.; Monaco, Ralph A.; Ottolenghi, Carol; and Plumb-Larrick, C. Andrew, "Law Librarianship in the Digital Age" (2014). Presentations. 85.