vs. the Homepage? Best Practices in Connecting to Online Resources
American Association of Law
Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, July 23, 2002
Selected Web Sites of Interest
These websites are listed in the order in which they appear in the companion
PowerPoint slideshow. A Microsoft Word version of this page is also
available; see http://lib.law.washington.edu/_cheryl/cathome.htm.
Alamos National Laboratory Research Library: http://lib-www.lanl.gov/ejournals/ejournals.htm
generates electronic journal web pages from information contained in catalog's
MARC bibliographic records (field 956). For details, see: Frances L. Knudson, et
al., “Creating Electronic Journal Web Pages from OPAC Records,” Issues
in Science & Technology Librarianship no. 15 (Summer 1997). Found at: http://www.istl.org/97-summer/article2.html.
University of Tennessee Libraries, Knoxville: http://www.lib.utk.edu
cgi scripts to “harvest” title and coverage data from aggregator databases
and uses this data to populate the catalog with “brief” bib records until
full cataloging can be accomplished. Details
in forthcoming article in Serials Librarian’s 2002 NASIG Conference
Proceedings issue. Or contact Maribeth Manoff: email@example.com.
of California, San Diego Libraries: http://gort.ucsd.edu/ejourn/index.html
dynamic subject lists of electronic resources by using data from MARC 690
fields as html search strategy strings connected to hotlinks on a subject
list. For details, see Chapter 6, pp. 153-7 in: Donnelyn Curtis, Virginia M.
Scheschy, and Adolfo R. Tarange, Developing & Managing Electronic
Journal Collections: A How-to-Do-It Manual for Librarians (New York: Neal-Schuman
Publishers, Inc., 2000).
of Saskatchewan Library: http://library.usask.ca/ejournals/subjects.phtml
Web page arranges electronic journals by Library of Congress subject
of Minnesota, University Libraries: http://www.lib.umn.edu/
- Provides quick links to material by type.
of Alabama, Bounds Law Library: http://www.library.law.ua.edu/indexes.htm
- Databases page arranged by type of material: major legal
databases (LexisNexis & Westlaw); articles-law; articles-general;
articles-news; books; government information; international; Internet sites;
papers & proceedings; reference; statistics; and tax.
University School of Law Library: http://www.hamline.edu/law/library/new/research/browsedb/index.htm
- Online collections organized by type of material and function: find
cases; find statutes and legislative history; find foreign and international
materials; find articles and books; KeyCite.
of Minnesota Law Library: http://www.law.umn.edu/library/tools/EResources/ERDirectory.html
- Browse by
subject includes antitrust & trade regulation; criminal law & justice;
economic policy research; family law; etc.