Repository Data Exploration and Projects
The UW Law School endeavors to produce accurate and descriptive data which facilitates the discovery and access of repository content. Repository data adhears to several metadata standards and is created and maintained by librarians, legal subject experts, and student workers. Explore the data standards used by this repository to learn more:
The UW Law School is excited to showcase the datasets and other legal-data projects created by our community. Explore the projects below to learn more:
Discoverability tools are used to increase the visibility of repository content. The Repository uses publicly available tools and practices to help users find valuable content. Additionally, the UW partners with other public and private organizations to participate in discoverabilty programs and initiatives. Learn more about repository discoverability:
- Google Scholar
- The UW Law Library is working to add repository content to Google Scholar.
- Google Search Indexing
- A collection of XML sitemaps are used to ensure pages in the repository are discoverable in Google Search.
The Repository contains built-in tools to help researchers and partners access content. These tools include:
- Each record in the repository contains embeded JSON-LD data.