Video Technology in the Law Library: A Primer for the 1990's

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Over the past twenty years video application in the legal community has proliferated with technological innovations. For Law librarians this expanding video use among law educators, students and practitioners has created new challenges for storage and dissemination of information in this format. This article serves as a primer to inform law librarians of past and current trends in video technology and the impact of future trends on our present systems. Included are descriptions of several new video format options, and guidelines for selecting video equipment in times of technical transformation.

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Legal Reference Services Quarterly

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