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How has the rise in open access legal research impacted publishers and library and information services?
***Caroline Stafford looks at the impact of OA publishing on the legal profession. Caroline is on Twitter @carolinestaff96*** Introduction Open access (OA) has been a force for change in the dissemination of scholarly research. However, movement towards this form of … Continue reading
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#citylis Reflections and Research: Zaki Abbas on the Rise of Mobile Technologies among Law Students
This post is by #citylis PhD candidate Zaki Abbas. Here he describes his current research on the rise of mobile technologies and the information Seeking behavior of law students. Continue reading
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