George Taoultsides

Readers of the World Unite or GPO Partners with Google to Offer Federal E-books

“The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and Google have entered a partnership to offer the public, for the first time, Federal Government titles in an e-book format. The titles will appear on Google’s recently launched Google ebookstore ,” which can be accessed on most e-readers or on your computer. Some of the books are free, but it looks …

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South Korean publications donated to the Harvard Law School Library

On Dec. 10, Judge Young-Ho Kang (Chief Librarian of the Supreme Court Library), Judge Dong-Wan Kim (Deputy Director of the Supreme Court Library), Judge Sung-jun Park (LL.M. 11′), and Mrs. Kang from South Korea were guests of the Harvard Law School Library. They met with John Palfrey, Professor and Vice Dean, Library and Information Resources to discuss material …

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Hollis and E-resources Classes

During the fall semester Harvard Law School librarians will teach several 15-minute quick information sessions and several 45-minute classes on the Hollis catalog as well as specific legal research topics for Harvard Law School students. It’s a great way to kick start a writing project or to improve your legal research skills. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/cAVP2s 9/28 (Tuesday) …

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15 and 45-minute Legal Research Classes

During the fall semester Harvard Law School librarians will teach several 15-minute quick information sessions and two 45-minute legal research classes on various topics for Harvard Law School students. It’s a great way to kick start a writing project or to improve your legal research skills ahead of starting a new job or working in a clinic. Sign …

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Need help studying for finals? Try CALI

CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, provides access to an extensive collection of interactive, computer-based lessons covering a number of subject areas. The lessons are written by law faculty and librarians and are designed to augment traditional law school classes. The format of the individual lessons varies according to the educational objectives of the author. Access to …

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Now We Can See

A report recently released by the Pew Internet and American Life Project claims that the share of adults watching videos on video-sharing sites has doubled since 2006. “Fully 62% of adult internet users have watched a video on these sites, up from just 33% who reported this in December 2006. Online video watching among young adults is near-universal; …

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