Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Library collaboration in non-academic settings

In the last few months NELLCO has been looking carefully at our governance and membership structures, our services and benefits, and our long-term sustainability. As we've thought about whom we are serving and whom we might be missing, we turned toward the non-academic law library arena. This includes state, court and county and law firm libraries, and could include corporate or special law libraries as well. Do we have something to offer in these segments? Are we missing opportunities? We'd love to hear any thoughts or ideas about how we can serve these currently underserved (by us) libraries.
I've also linked here to two recent articles I wrote, one for the SCCLL Newsletter entitled SCCLLs and Consortium Activity: Advancing Justice Through Access, and one for Law Techology News entitled Follow Our Lead? Collaborating With Competitors May be Fruitful. Check them out and let me know your thoughts!

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