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A collection of Alan’s publications:

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, September 19). Gallop PortalBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, August 29). Create CanLII AlertsBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, June 27). Stay Current with the Canadian Law Blogs ListBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, June 14). Build Bridges and Broaden Your ReachBlog Post for the Canadian Association of Law Libraries.    

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, May 8). New Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Online ResourceBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, March 14). Legal Research Video Series from Courthouse Libraries BCBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, March 13). Irwin Law’s Canadian Online Legal DictionaryBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, February 27). Legal Sourcery: Four Years OnBlog Post for the Canadian Association of Law Libraries.    

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, February 14). CanLII Connects – Start Taking Your Research to the Next LevelBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2018, January 16). CanLII’s Boolean OperatorsBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, November 15). Subscribe to HeinOnline’s Blog. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, September 20). CBA Toolkits and Practice Tools. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, September 12). Summer Tip Roundup: Current Awareness. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, August 29). Quietly Dispelling the Myth of Spinsters and Shushers: Women and the Law Society Library. Article for the Law Society of Saskatchewan Benchers’ Digest, Volume 30 (2017) Issue 3, Page 15.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017). Legal Information Innovation in Saskatchewan. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research. 12(1).

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, August 24). CanLII Tips Summer Roundup. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, July 18). Searching Google Efficiently and Effectively. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, June 28). Bardal Factors Employment Law Tool. Blog Post for SlawTips.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, June 13). One Book One Province: Saskatchewan Libraries Promoting Culture. Article for the Law Society of Saskatchewan Benchers’ Digest, Volume 30 (2017) Issue 2, Page 16.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, June 6). Native Law Centre Case WatchBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, May 24). Access to Legal Information Innovation in Saskatchewan. Blog Post for the Federation of Law Societies of Canada: Today’s Media Highlights. 

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, May 5). A Primer to Legislative Research: Saskatchewan. Article for the Vancouver Association of Law Libraries Review, Spring 2017, Volume 29, No 2. 

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, May 4). Access to Legal Information Innovation in Saskatchewan. Spotlight Session at the Saskatchewan Library Association Conference 2017. 

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, May 3). Database Video TutorialsBlog Post for SlawTips.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, March 24). First Edition of Halsbury’s Laws of England DigitizedBlog Post for the Canadian Association of Law Libraries Blog.   

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, March 14). Riding the Digital Wave Technology and the LibraryArticle for the Law Society of Saskatchewan Benchers’ Digest, Volume 30 (2017) Issue 1, Page 26.

• Melanie Hodges Neufeld, Ken Fox, and Alan Kilpatrick. (2017, February 2). The Digital Research Utopia: Are We There Yet? Presentation for the Canadian Bar Association (Saskatchewan Branch) Mid-Winter Meeting 2017.

• Alan Kilpatrick. (2016, November 7). Copyright headaches? This book has answers, in plain (Canadian) English. Blog post for Behind the Stacks – The blog of the Alberta Library.

•Alan Kilpatrick. (2013, April 5). Libraries in India: Great Potential and Options for the Future. Independent Study Research Paper for LIS 9410.

•Alan Kilpatrick. (2012, March 14). Librarian Association Objects to Copyright Deal. Western News.

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