Tag Archives: Rutgers University Camden Law Library Digital Collections

Joergensen Profiled as Web Pioneer

Digital law library developer John Joergensen of the Rutgers Camden Law Library was profiled last week as a “Web pioneer” by Kevin Riordan in the Philadelphia Inquirer: “Rutgers law librarian a Web pioneer,” Philadelphia Inquirer, September 1, 2011. The article … Continue reading

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CALI Taxonomy Being Marked Up in RDF Linked Data

The legal taxonomy of the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (the CALI Taxonomy) is being marked up in RDF as Linked Data, in a cooperative effort between CALI, the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School (LII), and … Continue reading

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New Blog on Developing Digital Law Collections: Hacked Librarian

John Joergensen, Esq., the award-winning digital law library developer, and creator of the Rutgers University Camden Law Library Digital Collections, has launched a new blog, called Hacked Librarian, focused on the details of creating digital legal collections. The first post, … Continue reading

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