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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gary L Hill
|ISBN:||078901369X 9780789013699 0789013703 9780789013705|
|Notes:||Auch in: Legal reference services quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 3/4, 2001.|
|Contents:||Contents * Introduction: Reference Services--Teaching Legal Research and Providing Access to Electronic Resources * The Teaching of First-Year Legal Research Revisited: A Review and Synthesis of Methodologies * Teaching Legal Research: A Proactive Approach * Teaching Legal Research in a Government Library * Teaching Legal Research in the Law Firm Library * Perspectives on Teaching Foreign and International Legal Research * Making the Connection: Learning Style Theory and the Legal Research Curriculum * Success at the Reference Desk: Helping Patrons Overcome Computer Anxiety * Electronic Research Beyond LEXIS-NEXIS and Westlaw: Lower Cost Alternatives * The Internet Alternative * Developing an Electronic Collection: The University of Minnesota Human Rights Library * Building the Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) * Copyright and Electronic Library Resources: An Overview of How the Law Is Affecting Traditional Library Services * The New Reference Librarian: Using Technology to Deliver Reference Services * Access Services: Linking Patrons to Electronic Legal Research * Index * Reference Notes Included|
|Responsibility:||Gary L. Hill ..., ed.|