This post is the translated version of “Bibliotecas jurídicas na web!”
Users: Digital Library of the Senate, built on the DSpace software, content available to anyone interested in issues related to the Brazilian Legislature, from operators to the right of the citizen in search of information provided by the Senate.
Content and format of documents: the content is distributed in nine collections: Institutional Production, Citizen Rights, Accessibility, Newspapers in the Constituent, Bank News, Rare Books, Periodicals, Publications and External Senators. The files are available, mostly in HTML and PDF. The search can be performed by title, author, subject and date. The advanced search allows you to select the entire collection or a specific collection, and offers Boolean operators and allows you to search the document in the following fields: Author, Title, Subject, Abstract, Source, Series, Publisher, Language and Identifier.
Differentials: it offers the Service Alerts via e-mail and RSS. In Space and Edit My Profile, you can enable your preferences to receive the complete collection of new items or a specific collection.
Users: it is a digital library in law, given the specificity of materials, is more focused on law operators, especially those interested in doctrine, legislation and jurisprudence and other information related to the Brazilian Judiciary.
Content and format of documents: for text documents (PDF), Video (FLV) and possibly others, for now has 199,204 records 7 repositories: BDjur at CJF, BDjur in MPPB DSpace, BDjur in the Senate, BDjur in the STJ, BDjur in TRF2, BDjur and the BDjur TRT1 AND in THE TRT15. A simple search can be performed in the fields author, title, abstract and subject. Advanced search, in turn, allows you to search for these and other fields, namely: repository, category, date, language, and sponsor type. In addition, you can search each repository individually.
Differential: Open Access Research indicates that the search can be performed without charge by any user connected to the Internet, since the site uses software developed by the Public Knowledge Project.