Suffolk University Offers eBooks in a Digital Library to Reduce Student Costs while Increasing Access to Information
The Law Library at Suffolk was given a mandate to innovate and reduce its physical footprint. In the last two years, the library’s acquisitions budget has shrunk by 50 percent. The library director needed to take steps to reduce the size of the collection without reducing access to information. Solution: Suffolk adopted the LexisNexis® Digital Library as a resource for e-textbooks, study aids and other publications students and faculty can access online from virtually anywhere using a variety of mobile devices and e-readers. Practice area publications are also available to alumni.
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