Harvard Law Review Increases Online Presence
From The Harvard Crimson:
The Harvard Law Review will more than double the number of editors focusing on online content for the publication next year in an effort to expand its web presence.
Increasing the online staff from two to five, these new editors will join the Forum Committee, which is responsible for developing the website and editing the material published online.
Kimberly A. Dulin, associate director for collection development and digitization at the Harvard Law School Library, said she supports the Law Review’s initiative as part of a larger trend towards expanding open access in education.
“Definitely we’d love it,” Dulin said. “In general, it’s all to the good when the stuff that’s produced by professors is widely available for legal research and for free.”
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See Also: Dulin is also a member of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab
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