July 18, 2006
The Law Library of the 21st Century: An Interview with Chris Simoni
Chris Simoni recently assumed his position as Inaugural Law Library Director at Drexel University School of Law. I sat down with him at the AALL Annual Meeting in St. Louis for a discussion of what he has planned for the Drexel library. He has some very innovative ideas about the future of law library collections. Chris is uniquely qualified to assemble the 21st Century law library. He has a wealth of experience including service on many committees: the ABA Questionnaire Committee and ALL-SIS Statistics Committee to name a few. Chris, Kim Clarke and Kori Staheli put on an excellent program at this year’s meeting J-5: Counting Electronic Resources: Should We Count Them, and If So, What Do We Count? Unfortunately, there weren’t any handouts for this program but if you want a concise summary of the pro’s and con’s of counting electronic resources the audio CD would be worth the purchase.
Listen to my interview with Chris Simoni (mp3) (large file, give it a chance to download)
Lee F. Peoples, Associate Director for Faculty, Research & Instructional Services, Oklahoma City University Law Library
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