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Our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez and Reference Librarian Karen Oesterle could both be found at our poster on the topic of Augmented Reality for Patron Engagement and Experiential Learning at this year’s AALL Annual conference.
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Our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez comes to you live from the 2017 AALL Annual conference in this intriguing video.
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The New York Law Institute will have a poster at AALL Annual this year on the topic of Augmented Reality for Patron Engagement and Experiential Learning. Please stop by and say hello, our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez and Reference Librarian Karen Oesterle will both be there to answer questions. Here’s a description of our poster:
Monica Goyal writes for Slaw about whether Lawyers and Law Students Have the Technical Skills to Meet the Needs of Future Legal Jobs.
“As technology is increasingly used within law practices to streamline legal processes and more efficiently deliver services to clients, an important question has arisen within legal professional and academic circles: Do lawyers […]
James Pooley writes a provocative article for IP Watchdog about whether America’s Industrial Revolution Was Based on Trade Secret Theft:
“When I was in Geneva trying to engage developing countries about the value of robust IP laws, occasionally I heard a response like this: “What hypocrites you are! The U.S. economy got its start by […]
Sabrina I. Pacifici writes for the beSpacific blog about a free tool which allows users to locate and analyze curated public datasets from around the world.
The 100,000 datasets from over 100 countries bring together information from international organisations and federal governments, and local and state governments in the USA, spanning subjects like building permits […]