Survey of Law School Faculty: Use of Law School & Other Digital Repositories

Published - July 2017| Code - PRG189A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

This 110-page report presents detailed data and commentary drawn from law school faculty from more than 60 law schools about their use of law school and other digital repositories. The study defines how faculty use law school and other digital repositories, answering with hard data questions such as: what percentage of law school faculty have deposited a journal article into a repository? A book? Newspaper and magazine articles? Blog posts? Videos of classroom lectures? Other forms of intellectual property? How do faculty use repositories in research and teaching? Do they use the repositories of law schools other than their own? General university repositories?

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