With greater pressure on budgets—and an increased need to make books available from anywhere—organizations have taken proactive steps to offer more mobile and digital options. Many are choosing a convenient eLending approach using LexisNexis® Digital Library, which provides mobile access to primary law, deskbooks, code books, treatises and more.
This offering began in 2012 with a joint initiative by LexisNexis and OverDrive®, the digital library solutions provider chosen by 30,000+ libraries, schools and colleges worldwide. Since then, a range of practices and academic libraries have benefited in significant ways.
Greater mobility: Users appreciate compatibility with all major mobile devices, including computers, smartphones and tablets so they can read legal resources or prepare for class from anywhere.
Simplified library management: Libraries can buy, update and distribute publications electronically with easy access to title usage reports.
Space and cost management: Decision makers can optimize overhead and the library’s physical footprint by migrating a portion of titles to electronic resources.
Take a look at the recent experiences of Kaye Scholer, LLP; Foley Lardner, LLP; Greenberg Traurig, LLP, and Suffolk University:
Kaye Scholer Increases Efficiency of its Library Resources and Offers Greater Access and Utility for Lawyers
Implementation of LexisNexis® Digital Library Helps Foley & Lardner LLP Increase Access to Titles, Reduce Costs and Maximize Staff Time
Navigating Technology Change in a Large Firm: Greenberg Traurig “gamification” project helps library patrons embrace eBooks
Suffolk University Offers eBooks in a Digital Library to Reduce Student Costs while Increasing Access to Information
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