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Law Libraries Using LibGuides

LibGuides is a "web 2.0 library knowledge sharing system" offered by the company Springshare. LibGuides is growing in popularity among all kinds of libraries, including law libraries as a platform for creating web-based research guides.

Elizabeth Farrell of Florida State University College of Law has recently added a list of law libraries currently using LibGuides to the AALL Computing Services Special Interest Section wiki.

Following the list is a selected list of resources that may be helpful for law libraries currently using LibGuides or considering its purchase.