Hofstra University School of Law librarian Tricia Kasting follows up on her earlier discussion of her profession, explaining how basic librarian hats are evolving into new ones that extend the reach and scope of traditional activities through technology. Web-based resources in particular provide the means for superior information retrieval and the ability to leverage those resources. Law librarians are taking their traditional hats and adding value, says Kasting.
The Many Hats of a Law Librarian: Part Two
Special to Law.com
March 7, 2007
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