Day: October 2, 2015

Learning to Use LegalTrac (Tip of the Week)

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legaltracBy Alan Kilpatrick

Last week, I presented a webinar on LegalTrac for the Saskatchewan Provincial Library and public librarians throughout the province.  You can view the entire recorded webinar free of charge.

LegalTrac is an online journal article index, featuring selected full-text coverage of law reviews, journals, and newspapers from American, Canadian, and European legal sources.  It is endorsed by the American Law Library Association and can be accessed through the Saskatchewan public library system.  The next time you experience difficulty locating a journal article, I encourage you to search LegalTrac.

Two previous Legal Sourcery tips of the week by Ken Fox explored how to search LegalTrac effectively:

This webinar is a part of the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library’s ongoing efforts to advance access to justice in unique ways.  My hope is that, by connecting with public librarians through this webinar, they will be able to help members of the public who are coming to the library with legal questions.

 

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