Law Library Benchmarks 2016-17 Edition
The study presents data and commentary from 47 law libraries including law firm, university, government and other law libraries. The 129-page report presents a broad range of data on salaries, budgets and materials expenditures, including specific data on recent and planned spending for books, eBooks, reporters, online databases, journals and other information vehicles. The study also looks closely at trends in the use of law librarians’ staff time, querying them about use of staff time for information literacy, legal research, collection development, records management, marketing, metadata and other end used, In addition, the study looks at law library use of technologies such as QR codes and social media.
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