Monday, December 5, 2011
Today LexisNexis is launching LexisNexis Advance. Robert Ambrogi has a post here with screen shots and detailed information about the new platform.
"It achieves the dual purpose of greatly simplifying legal research while also helping to ensure that your research is thorough and on point. Through folders, filters and graphical tools, it makes it easy to track your research. Its universal search combined with heads-up pricing lets you explore freely without fear of inadvertently incurring extra costs.
As a generation weaned on Google, legal researchers expect search to be simple and intuitive. Lexis Advance is a big step forward in that direction."
3 Geeks and a Law Blog also has a post about the new platform and provides a quick fact sheet with useful information for new users (or those that need to get ready to teach new users).
It sure is an interesting time to teach legal research!