World eBook Fair

by on July 6, 2011 12:58 pm
The World eBook Fair runs July 4-August 4, 2011. The fair’s aim is to provide free public access for a month to some 6.5 million eBooks. Project Gutenberg and the Internet Archive are both contributing organizations. Each will be presenting a number of items in other media during 2011 — such as music, movies, artwork,… Read more World eBook Fair

BNA Premier is Now Here

by on June 30, 2011 9:56 am
We have upgraded our BNA account to the Premier level (no airline miles, though). Some of the new content includes: Health Law Daily, Daily Labor Report, Daily Tax Report, and Daily Report for Executives (and enhanced corporate materials). To see the full list of BNA content that we now subscribe to visit: https://www.law.stanford.edu/library/webauth/BNA/index.html.   Or, go to the library home page>select… Read more BNA Premier is Now Here

A Proposed Course of Action for UniversalCitation.org ...

by on June 20, 2011 4:37 pm
Cornell Law School’s Peter W. Martin, Jane M.G. Foster Professor of Law, Emeritus, who has contributed in the past on vendor-neutral citation (see, e.g., 99 Law Lib. J. 329 (2007)), recently wrote: A Proposed Course of Action for UniversalCitation.org or Some Alternative Non-Commercial Entity See: UniversalCitation.org Among other things, Prof. Martin emphasizes right off the… Read more A Proposed Course of Action for UniversalCitation.org ...