One of the things that we are careful to do in the Field Law Libraries is to make sure that the output of research is the way that it is needed. There is no sense in providing a printed copy of something if the requester wants to send a tweet about it. Likewise, there is little use in sending someone a short URL if they need to attach something to a printed brief.
Today’s Research tip crosses into technology: Try using Storify to capture information where your research sources are from social medias or the web.
To see a sample of what you can create with storify, check out the sample I made for Commentary about R. v. Dunn.