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As librarians, we are familiar with the importance of standards; consistent application of standards makes the work of describing and discovering information resources easier. What standards are out there? Look at the work of NISO. Recommended practices such as PIE-J: The Presentation & Identification of E-Journals, SUSHI Protocol: COUNTER-SUSHI Implementation Profile, and KBART: Knowledge Bases and Related Tools Recommended ...more »
Catalogers will develop familiarity with the differences between foreign law, international law and comparative law; legal terminology and world legal systems; translation issues and tools; performing subject analysis in foreign languages; useful resources such as Int-law, FCIL forums, and the IALL listserv in addition to developing a network of FCIL librarians. Non-cataloging FCIL librarians will become more informed ...more »
Are we getting the information we actually need from vendor statistics? How do we get the data we really need using the tools we have.