Technical Level: Low
While post hoc collections of journals like Hein Online and ad hoc collections of working papers like SSRN continue to grow, legal journals are by and large still only print enterprises. A great opportunity to share information freely and provide better, more usable and future-protected information is being squandered. The panelists will address why digitally publishing journals is in everyone’s interest, what technologies promise the most good for preserving born-digital information, and other considerations and caveats in digitally publishing journals, with reference to the real-life experiences at two law schools.
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Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Camden
Director of Educational Technologies
Duke University School of Law
Assistant Dean for Information Systems
Hofstra University School of Law