Tag Archives: digitization

Will the Public Lose Access to Essential Legal Documents?

"When people say everything's online," says Jerry Dupont of the Law Library Microform Consortium [LLMC], "they're woefully uninformed." Yes, it might seem like we have access to all the legal information we might ever need but Jerry Dupont’s observation still rings true.  And while ongoing digitization efforts of law and other libraries continue to benefit […]

Digitization of Publications Relating to the Parliament of Canada

This report describes the digitization efforts of the Library of Parliamentary and was recently posted to their web site and blogged about yesterday by "Library Boy" (aka Michel-Adrien Sheppard, Supreme Court Reference Librarian). "The goal [of the working paper] is to help inform the development of a coherent strategy amongst the various stakeholders to digitize, […]