Some changes are tangible. All of the buildings’ exterior doors have been re-varnished in anticipation of the coming year. The 2006 print edition of the United States Code, long a source which our patrons consulted on a daily basis in the main reading room, is now being replaced by the 2012 edition.
Other changes are less palpable. The “Big 3” of Bloomberg, LexisNexis, and Westlaw all continue to refine their interfaces and search algorithms. Historical databases like HeinOnline, LLMC Digital, The Making of Modern Law, and ProQuest constantly add new content bringing us online access to authenticated primary sources that were previously only available in microform.
Kresge Law Library, "Law Library Newsletter, Volume 5, Issue 2 - September/October 2013" (2013). Law Library Newsletter. Paper 4.