Reimagining the Wheel: Using Circular Calendars for Planning in Law School Libraries
This essay proposes using a wheel or circular calendar to identify and document the events and projects of an academic law school year, both in and out of the classroom. The idea of harnessing the natural cyclical process of law school for library planning comes from concept mapping, which can conceptualize an issue by using a variety of mapping strategies to organize and show the relationships between pieces of information and a central concept. Using a wheel graphic to visualize a process can facilitate project management and aid in teaching legal research strategy.
Legal Reference Services Quarterly
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Susan Drisko Zago, Reimagining the Wheel: Using Circular Calendars for Planning in Law School Libraries, 36 Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2017). Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0270319X.2017.1359063