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How We Saved History (and How We Keep Milking it)

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Transcript of How We Saved History (and How We Keep Milking it)

Profit
End
Why?
Issues to Consider
Legal
'Old' does not make it 'OK'

Ask for forgiveness
Resources Used
People

Equipment

Subscriptions/Accounts
Promotion
What Have You Got

How Can You Use Others
How We Saved History (and How We Keep Milking it)
Making Historic State Law Free Online
Institutional
Preservation/Condition of Material

Demand

Rare/Unique Material

Technical
Required Equipment

Hosting Space

Access
Sharon's Takeaways:
Sharon Bradley
Special Collections Librarian

Jason Tubinis
IT Librarian
Here's Why
Public Service
Justice Gap
We have the expertise – knowledge about law; skills to organize
Alleviate budget crises
Value to alumni
Skills training/jobs for students

Because It's All About Me
Can I get someone else to do it?
How will this save me time?
Can I avoid talking to people?
How can I hog all of the attention?


Identifying Material
To promote and support free access to public legal information throughout the world, principally via the Internet

To recognize the primary role of local initiatives in free access publishing of their own national legal information
What Do People Want?
What Do We Have?
What Will Get Us the Most Good PR?
Put Your Mask on First
No One Will Die
Set your standards low enough and you’ll never be disappointed

Jason's Takeaways:
Test Twice (or Thrice), Upload Once
Ask the IT Guy
Technology Matters

People
Equipment
Subscriptions & Accounts
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