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18 Tips for Writing a Manual for Work

18 Tips for Writing a Manual for Work Originally published on INALJ on June 3. I’m one of those Hermione-types of people who read manuals. If I need to learn something, my first order of business is to read the … Continue reading

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The Accidental Law Librarian: A book review

Admittedly, I’m one of those people whom this book is geared for. I’m shy about legal research, believing myself to be utterly unqualified. I only vaguely understand what I call legalese. Sure, I spent quite a bit of time using … Continue reading

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Reader’s Advisory when you can’t afford your own Booklist subscription

When I worked in a public library as a shelver, and later, as a circulation clerk, it was pretty easy to have a general idea of what kind of books we had in a variety of genres to get people … Continue reading

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Making libraries more accessible to people with special needs

We’ve made libraries more accessible to able-bodied people–so it seems fitting that there is more of a push nowadays to make libraries accessible to individuals with special needs. I saw the announcement for this webinar on an INALJ blog post, … Continue reading

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