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Professor Cavicchi to teach the Graduate Students how to bridge the gap to the open web in a post Lexis and Westlaw world.
It was a banner Fall for the Patent Certificate Program. Close to 200 students attended training sessions offerend by Professor Cavicchi, Lexis, Westlaw and Thomson Innovation. Several students have earned the certificate. The series will continue in the Spring.
Professor Peter McGovern's Museum Law class will premier Professor Cavicchi's research pathfinder, Museum Law Tools & Strategies: Capacitizing Yourself as a Professional in class this Wednesday. The presentation covers all aspects of law and fact research including Web 2.0 and social media tools.
Advanced command: What you type is what you get
I hope you have visited the IP Library today. The older part of the IP Library is hosting an exhibit of art donated by Graduate Programs alums over the years. We hope this brings some color to this gray day.