Thursday, December 22, 2011

Ohio Supreme Court Law Library catalog application

The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday announced that its law library back on Dec. 6 activated a software application by which the public will now be able to access its catalog with on iPhone and iPad devices.

Mobile access can now be acquire by downloading the free mobile app, BookMyne, and then searching “Ohio Supreme Court.”

The application currently now only works on iPhones, iPads, and iPods, but Ken Kozlowski, the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Law Library director, said it is expected be available for Androids in 2012.

With a collection of nearly a half-million volumes, the Law Library is one of the largest state supreme court law libraries in the nation. In addition to providing library services to the Justices and Supreme Court staff, the Law Library also serves the state legislature, state administrative agencies, attorneys, and is the primary law library for all state agencies located in Columbus. It is also open and available to the general public, providing a full range of services to all patrons, although registration is there required.

The catalog application can be downloaded via iTunes here or thru the Library’s website here.

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