Author: Jessica Pasquale

If you switched to working from home (WFH) quickly, you likely had little time to prepare and may still be making minor adjustments to get your ‘home office’ just right.  One adjustment that can be the hardest to tackle for …

So You Don’t Have a Printer… Now What? Read More »

—This is a guest post by Sarah Lin— Working at home during a crisis is a lot different from working at home during normal times, but I’m grateful to have prior experience with one of those situations!  I’m starting my 7th …

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If you’re like the majority of us and are stuck at home for 2 weeks+ you may need some help to avoid going stir crazy, or just take your mind off of things. WHAT TO WATCH TV / Movies If …

Coronavirus Lockdown: What to Watch & Read Read More »

Libraries have a long history of gathering statistics at all levels. National associations and accrediting agencies such as ALA and ARL, as well as states and consortia gather and use statistics to set benchmarks and provide comparison across libraries. Individual …

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I am writing this post as a member of the CS-SIS blog committee, but I cannot take all the credit for the happenings I’m about to describe. The person who got the ball rolling and has been overseeing the project …

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How does a critical theory of technology relate to the practice of librarianship? If you’ll be attending the AALL Annual Conference in DC, come find out at the CS Roundtable on Technology and Culture in the Law Library, hosted by Rebecca Kunkel, …

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Were you unable to make it to the Cool Tools session at this past AALL Annual Meeting in Baltimore? The CS-SIS blog will be posting video recaps of last year’s sessions so that everyone can get caught up on these …

Cool Tool 2018 Spotlight: Blockchain Read More »

Were you unable to make it to the Cool Tools session at this past AALL Annual Meeting in Baltimore? The CS-SIS blog will be posting video recaps of this year’s sessions so that everyone can get caught up on these …

Cool Tool 2018 Spotlight: Coggle Read More »

The following post is authored by Reference Librarian Kate Britt (University of Michigan Law Library). This summer the librarians at the University of Michigan Law Library began brainstorming ways to reach the greater law school community, both for general outreach …

Underground Above Ground: A New Demonstration Series Read More »

As promised, here is a list of the Exhibitor Showcase Sessions at the AALL 2018 Annual Meeting that may be of interest to CS-SIS members. For descriptions, see the conference event page or the app. Sunday 11:30 Legal Analytics for …

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