Paper or Electronic Book

I posted to Slaw yesterday about the AALL ILTA White Paper project: The New Librarian.

There is an excellent article included in that digital white paper called Generational Divides: Paper and Electronic Resources by Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong of Nossaman LLP. The article talks about research preferences and using print and electronic commentary.

When you are doing legal research today, think about the content and the format it comes in and ask yourself about function and form. I would love to hear stories about what you discover.

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