ALISE 2014 Works in Progress poster
Below is a 4 1/2 minute presentation of my poster for virtual conference attendees or anyone who didn't get a chance to stop by my poster during the session.
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Moye, A. (2009). Tubs, buckets, and a variety of lumber: Developing a strategic approach to legal research. Legal Reference Services Quarterly, 28(3/4), 181–199. doi: 10.1080/02703190902961551
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Amy VanScoy, MLIS, PhD
Library & Information Studies
Graduate School of Education
University at Buffalo
vanscoy @ buffalo.edu