The Current State of E-Books in U.S. Law Libraries: A Survey

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Title

The Current State of E-Books in U.S. Law Libraries: A Survey

Description

Rising prices for print legal materials have caused an accelerated shift to acquisitions exclusively in electronic format. This study reports results of a survey of U.S. law libraries regarding indexing of electronic materials, including cataloging practices and other ways of making electronic materials available to and discoverable by patrons. Originally published in 108 LAW LIBR. J. 361.

Creator

Stacy Fowler and Wilhelmina Randtke

Publisher

Law Library Journal

Date

2016

Contributor

Stacy Fowler, Wilhelmina Randtke

Rights

Copyright to authors Stacy Fowler and Wilhelmina Randtke

Relation

Faculty Scholarship

Format

RFC3778

Language

English, en-US

Type

Text

Identifier

LLJ_108n3_02_randtke_fowler

Files

LLJ_108n3_02_randtke_fowler.pdf

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Citation

Stacy Fowler and Wilhelmina Randtke, “The Current State of E-Books in U.S. Law Libraries: A Survey,” St. Mary's Law Digital Repository, accessed October 22, 2017, http://lawspace.stmarytx.edu/item/LLJ_108n3_02_randtke_fowler.

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