Assessing a program
A significant portion of library work is training: teaching your clients how to use the databases you subscribe to, how to use the catalogue, how to sign out a book. Law libraries also usually teach legal research techniques and methods to articling and summer students. After spending a great deal of time and effort putting together a program, we’d like to know whether or not it worked. This law library from Australia shows us how.
I really appreciate the law librarians from Ashurst Australia sharing their experience with us.
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