Continuing Addition of New Features to Congress.gov Based on User Feedback

Please see:

New Features Added to Congress.gov Based On Your Feedback

From the above blog post, note in particular the intent of the Law Librarians of Congress:

“Since the unveiling of Congress.gov in September of 2012, we have been constantly adding new features with each release, and many of the features in this release are based directly on your feedback.

Accessibility
We want to make Congress.gov more accessible…. [Emphasis added]”

Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.

Library of Congress (LoC) Launches New Web Archive Content on Its Website

Please see:

A New Interface and New Web Archive Content at Loc.gov

A total of 21 named collections on wide-ranging subject matter are now available in the new archive interface.

Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.

Some Rather Differing Takes — in Two Recent Law Library Journal Articles — on the Future of [Academic] Law Libraries…

Legal Education in Crisis, and Why Law Libraries Are Doomed vs. Like Mark Twain: The Death of Academic Law Libraries Is an Exaggeration