26. April 2013 10:52
Congratulations to Eric Mollenhauer!
Winner of the library’s contest idea for entering an inventive, original, or
creative service or resource that the library can implement or add. Four of his
entries were selected by the judges:
a) Interactive learning games
b) Review room on topics
c) Unique learning space
d) Youtube tutorials
Thank, Eric for submitting your ideas! We will be working to implement them
over the next year.
19. November 2012 09:00
Submit your idea for an inventive, original, or creative service or resource that the library can implement or add. Ideas should be:
- something totally new and different from traditional library services or functions, or
- an idea involving new technology, or
- a new use of existing technology, or
- a new service or way of teaching or training students to improve research or legal practice technology skills
**Please try to tie your idea to 1 of the 3 mission pillars (see below)**
Use your creativity, think outside of the box, and help us help you have the best, most innovative or creative library!
Enter to win by filling out the form at:
What do you win? You choose:
- use of your own, personal study office in the library for at least one month, or
- a $50 Visa gift card, or
- a study aid of your choice up to $50
How do you win?
- Entries will be judged by a committee of five people who are not eligible to participate in the contest.
- The winner will be notified via email.
- Multiple ideas may be implemented, but only 1 (one) prize will be awarded.
- If there is more than one entry for the winning idea the first person who submitted the idea will be awarded the prize.
PSL Mission Pillars
***Contest open to all PSL students, faculty, and staff!***
1. October 2011 14:26
Win a $100.00 visa giftcard
have the Law Library implement one of your ideas
at our brand new two-story Library
at One North Central!!
Submit your suggestions for
you would like the Law Library to
put in place.
An example is a quiet relaxation room where students can take naps while listening to soothing sounds.
The selection committee will review all submissions made on our Footnotes blog and pick 1 (one) winner
by October 31st, 2011. Other ideas may be implemented but only 1 (one) prize will be awarded.
Submit your entries by commenting on this post.
15. March 2011 11:40
Congratulations to our winner of today's Library Loot puzzle, Nicholas Darus!
Nicholas found the Golden Ticket inside the book, Abortion and Divorce Law in Ireland, by PSL's own Professor Jennifer Spreng. The book was located in the Faculty Publications collection just to the right of the Newspapers near the entrance to the Law Library.
Thanks for playing Library Loot Nicholas!
22. November 2010 09:44
Picture source: PSL Docket 11-19-10
Happy Monday everyone!
Did you know you can access the Phoenix Law Review online? Head over to the Phoenix Law homepage, select Academics, and then select Law Review. Or for direct access click here. Read volumes 1 and 2, and volume 3 which is issued in two parts: Arizona Government and Legal Education. This is a valuable resource, as HeinOnline only has volume 1 of the Phoenix Law Review and Westlaw and LexisNexis do not have the publication at all.
Also, the Phoenix Law Review is having a Spring 2011 Write-On Competition. This competition is open to all students who have completed at least 25 credit hours by the end of summer classes, have at least two semesters of law school left, have completed Lawyering Process 1 & 2, and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50. If you are interested in entering the competition, add the Phoenix Law Review Spring 2011 Write-On Competition TWEN page (must have access to Westlaw and be a PSL student to do so). Details for how to enter will be on the TWEN page at 1:00 PM on December 11, 2010.
Enjoy the short week & read the Phoenix Law Review during the long weekend!