Survey of Law School Faculty: Evaluation of the Law Library

Published - April 2016| Code - PRG127A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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The 115-page study presents detailed data on law faculty evaluations of a myriad of law library information resources and services, including but not limited to information services such as West, LexisNexis, Bloomberg, FindLaw, and Google Scholar; services such as group study rooms, database training and other infoliteracy services, inter-library loan, range and quality of law journals and legal databases, course reserves, law library information technology and much more.

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