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Indexing Open Access Law Journals... or Maybe Not

Indexing Open Access Law Journals... or Maybe Not

Date: 2010
Creator: Hart, Edward T.
Description: Article on indexing open access journals. Abstract: At the 2007 Charleston Conference, Elaine Yontz and Jack Fisher, library science professor and librarian respectively at Valdosta State University, gave a presentation on their study of indexing by the leading information science indexers of the seventy-eight open access journals (OAJ) listed for library and information science in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Their discovery was that less than 47% of the journals listed in the DOAJ were indexed. Additional observations made were the relative newness of many of the library science journal titles listed in DOAJ, the breath of the languages in which OAJ were being published, and the quality of many the publishers or groups behind the journals. Yontz and Fisher are concerned that American scholars overlook these potentially helpful journals because of the lack of indexing.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas College of Law
Why a New Law School and Why Now? Speech to the Business Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association

Why a New Law School and Why Now? Speech to the Business Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association

Date: September 10, 2013
Creator: Furgeson, William Royal, 1941-
Description: This invited speech was delivered to the Business Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association. The speech addresses why the new UNT Dallas College of Law is being created and why now. The new UNT Dallas College of Law is anticipated to open in August 2014.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas College of Law