April is here and I’m showering you with another colorful mix of research and information topics: Teaching legal research Information
My latest list of must-read blog postings by and for info pros, comes to you by way of a special Ide(a)s of March dispatch! Et tu, librarians? You can catch my latest, while watching your backs, here.
Welcome to 2018! If you are like me, you are eager to see what opportunities this new year has to
I was recently honored to have been featured in the newsletter of the Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL).
Your business may not need a library, but it needs a librarian! For everything from risk management to productivity enhancement,
A bit of a brouhaha was created today when The ABA Journal released its most recent installment of its The New Normal series. In it, Valorem Law Group’s Patrick Lamb asks and sort of answers a stark question – Does it pay to hire a law librarian? His response and rationale are provocative. Reaction to his opinions has ranged from indignant to snide in many cases. Now that we at iBraryGuy have had a chance to digest Patrick’s words, we have our own suggestion. Take them for what they are, one man’s opinion, but do not disregard them. In other words, swallow them with a grain of salt and a teaspoon of sugar. The Grain of Salt Lamb is not a librarian. A lot of what he says seems to be rooted in his own perceptions of what we do and a rather revealing survey in which some of our colleagues describe our value. The iBraryGuy team certainly disagrees with his