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Today’s selection by Margaret Maes Axtmann, outgoing president of AALL. Axtmann is assistant director for collections and technical services at the University of Minnesota Law Library. SESSION: L-4: Acquisition and Control of Electronic Legal Resources in the 21st Century DATE: Wednesday, July 19, 2000 TIME: 3:15:00 PM – 4:15:00 PM LOCATION: PCC-Room 108 (AB) REASON TO ATTEND: It’s a challenge for all of us to figure out how to acquire electronic resources in the way that we acquire print resources. … How we provide control of and access to those resources is a part of what we’re grappling with in our transition to the digital world.

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