Author: Rachel Evans
Metadata Services Librarian at UGA Law Library

Amidst the anxiety, fear and overwhelm we are all feeling, many of us across the country have been scrambling to figure out teleworking for our libraries while setting up physical spaces at home. I have been extremely lucky to have …

Taking the Office Home: Telework with Trello & Slack Read More »

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What is a docket exactly? The best way to describe it is the various forms that a case takes throughout its circuition, embodied as different types of documents as the case progresses over time. Once a case is filed it …

Does AI Hold the Keys? Bloomberg Law’s Docket Key Unlocks Federal District Courts Read More »

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A few weeks back our law library decided to use a cookie cake tabling event to raise awareness for Open Access (OA) Week and distribute info about OA publishing and our university’s grant opportunity for creating OA educational materials. What …

The Flavor of Open Access Over Rice: Tech Transforms & Transmutes Ed Read More »

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Access to library resources from the user’s perspective is getting simpler and easier at a rapid speed. Most librarians working with tech and computing services in some form or another are working to set up, maintain and improve the end-user …

The Future of Security, Yesterday: All About Authentication, Authorization and More… Read More »