15. March 2011 08:57
It's Tuesday once again, and this week's Library Loot is a Scavenger Hunt! Last week's puzzle, a Legal Cinema Crossword, still has not been solved so check it out here!
Instructions: For this scavenger hunt, you need to locate the Golden Ticket that is within or near the answer. You will need to include the library location and call number on the Golden Ticket before taking the ticket to the Circulation Desk to claim your prize.
Here you go...
Question: Where in the library can you find a book regarding abortion in Ireland?
This puzzle has been solved! Check out the winner & the answer here!
Don't forget, you'll need to physically locate this item to find the Golden Ticket!
THE FINE PRINT: Library Loot Puzzle Rules
1. Puzzles may be completed by current Phoenix School of Law students only.
2. All library staff members are exempt from participating.
3. One prize will be given to the first person to complete the puzzle with the correct answer. Even if more than one person worked towards getting the correct answer, only one prize will be given for the puzzle completed correctly.
4. Contest rules are subject to change at any time.
2. February 2011 09:14
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The Academy Awards are less than a month away and I’ve started thinking about law & movies. How many movies out there involve a criminal act, arrest or trial? How many of those movies are nominated for an Academy Award and win? Also, is the legal system depicted accurately in those movies?
As many of you already know the library has a comprehensive collection of movies and TV shows that deal with legal matters. However, did you know that you can also find several books about the legal system and movies? By conducting a simple keyword search using the catalog I was able to locate at least three books that may answer some of the questions above. What terms did I use? Well that was easy “law and movies”. I then opened one of the results and looked at subjects contained in the record. By selecting these subjects I may be able to locate even more books dealing with my subject matter. This technique can be used when conducting research for any subject. Now it’s time to jot down the call number, grab the book and see if I can answer those questions.
24. January 2011 09:39
Attention all incoming 1L's! We have a workshop especially for you! (And any other students who wish to brush up on study skills!) The Law Library wants you to be successful, so we've created a new workshop...Tips & Tricks for Success!
This 30 minute workshop will introduce you to searching effectively with the Law Library's catalog, and show you how to register and use AudioCaseFiles (listen to your cases!!) and CALI (online quizzes to help with your studies!).
A librarian will be available to help you with any other questions you may have (help with Westlaw or Lexis perhaps?) following the workshop.
Join us (click on the dates to RSVP):
An RSVP is helpful but not required. We hope to see you there!!
As always, if you have any questions feel free to contact us by email or (602) 682-6898! For upcoming workshops this semester visit www.phoenixlaw.edu/libraryworkshops and www.phoenixlaw.edu/librarycalendar.
Good luck with your classes!