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Visualizing Linked Data
This presentation aims to contribute to a better understanding of linked data in the law library environment. Linked data is a different way for our bibliographic data to interact with the data available on the Web. It ...
Book Review: Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque: Arabesques and Entanglements. By Richard K. Sherwin. New York, N.Y. : Routledge, 2011.
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2013)
Book Review: The Politics of the Common Law: Perspectives, Rights, Processes, Institutions. By Adam Gearey, Wayne Morrison, and Robert Jago. London, England: Routledge-Cavendish, 2008.
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2009-11)
This is a review of The Politics of the Common Law: Perspectives, Rights, Processes, Institutions. By Adam Gearey, Wayne Morrison, and Robert Jago (ISBN: 978-0-415-48153-3)
Book Review: “Culture” and Culture: Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Rights. By Manuela Carneiro da Cunha. Chicago, Il. : Prickly Paradigm Press, 2009.
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2011-08)
This is a review of “Culture” and Culture: Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Rights. By Manuela Carneiro da Cunha (ISBN: 978-0-9761475-6-4)
Break On Through to the Other Side: The Library and Linked Data
(Toronto Association of Law Libraries, 2011-03-15)
This article will discuss the barriers that exist between our bibliographic data and other data available on the World Wide Web. The isolation of this bibliographic data is a problem that impacts on the successful integration ...
KF Modified and the Classification of Canadian Common Law
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2009-03)
This article was inspired by a previous article written by Vincent DeCaen in an earlier issue of CLLR. It explores classification, the different approaches taken by KF Modified and LC Class KE, and the role KF Modified ...
Working With KF Modified: Changes and Enhancements
Provides an overview of the KF Modified classification scheme, introduces some recent editorial changes and enhancements, and includes some interactive cataloguing exercises.
Book Review: Who Owns the Moon?: Extraterrestrial Aspects of Land and Mineral Resources Ownership, by Virgiliu Pop. Berlin, Germany: Springer, 2009
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2012-08)
This is a review of Who Owns the Moon?: Extraterrestrial Aspects of Land and Mineral Resources Ownership by Virgiliu Pop (ISBN: 978-1-4020-9134-6)
RDA: Coming to a Library Near You
RDA (Resources Description and Access) is a new way to support resource discovery focusing on user tasks in the digital age. RDA, the new cataloguing guidelines have been developed, tested and are set to be implemented in ...
This presentation was delivered at the Canadian Association of Law Libraries annual conference in Saskatoon on May 26, 2008. It looks at the origins and motivations behind the development of Resource Description & Access (RDA).