6. March 2012 14:01
We have two new book displays up on the 14th floor of the Law Library. The first celebrates Women's History:
Our second March display celebrates the Red Cross and other non-profit organizations committed to helping others:
22. November 2011 10:30
Having a difficult time grasping a concept from class? Looking for study help for your finals?
Take some CALI lessons! These short lessons can quiz you on the subject you're having difficulty with.
If you haven't set up an account, please follow the instructions here and obtain the student authorization code. (Requires network username & password- goes to Juristec- opens as a PDF)
Need help using CALI? Contact our reference staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602.682.6898!
28. October 2011 16:30
Are you writing an AWR? Are you having trouble finding everything you need in Westlaw and Lexis? By now, you have probably already exhausted Westlaw and Lexis in your AWR research.
Come to this workshop to learn about all of the other sources that are available through the library website. Bring your questions! Half of this fifty minute workshop will be a demonstration of research databases, and the other half devoted to answering your specific questions!
See you Friday, November 11th from 12:00 – 12:50pm in the law library computer lab.
10. October 2011 12:07
Your professors may have recommended CALI lessons within your TWEN courses. Many students have noted some issues when using CALI from TWEN. The thing to remember is that you need to login to CALI once you arrive at the CALI website to access the lesson. TWEN does not have the same login as CALI. TWEN does not share who you are with CALI. So you need to follow 3 simple steps:
1. Within your TWEN course, choose the CALI lesson you'd like to take:
2. Login to CALI. (Don't have a CALI account? You'll need the student code found here. Please call or email the reference desk if you need help: 602-682-6898 or email@example.com).
3. Once you login, you'll see the green play button. Choose the button to access the lesson.
22. July 2011 15:29
A former law librarian has taken up the task of posting legislative research information for each of the 50 states to her blog, a project she calls 50 States in 50 Weeks. Each week is another state, in alphabetical order of course! Week three was her post on Arizona legislative research. This is the 9th week and her post is on Florida legislative research.
Hat tip to Harvard Law School Library's Et Seq. blog for leading us to this great resource!
Some Friday fun..the states in alphabetical order! That reminds me of the song, Fifty Nifty United States! How many of you can sing the 50 States song? Get to about 45 seconds on the video below, where they begin: "Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas..."