Thursday, December 13, 2012

Preserving America's Legal Materials in Print

I'm thrilled to be working in collaboration with the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA) on PALMPrint, a project aimed at collective ownership and stewardship of state and federal legal materials in print. During this 3-year pilot our focus will be on retrospective materials, although we're exploring models for prospective collecting as well. We hope to develop a model that allows libraries to insure ongoing access to print materials held by the collective, while shifting local collection priorities and expenditures to digital resources. For more information on this exciting and ambitious collaboration please visit the NELLCO website.

 


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  1. We hope to develop a model that allows libraries to insure ongoing access to print materials held by the collective. minnesota law firm

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  2. What do YOU expect to happen in this case? Do you think it could lead to Preserving America's Legal Materials in Print ? Exactly how dumb is the Utah Attorney General and/or Governor's office that they seem to conveniently forget precedent from less than a year ago?
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