Category: Law Reference

Another Excellent and Most-Valuable Post -- "Websites that will make your job easier"

by on November 10, 2018 12:33 pm
Please see here for it — courtesy of the excellent American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Research Instruction & Patron Services (RIPS) Special Interest Section (SIS) Law Librarian Blog, and specifically, Blog Contributor Emily Siess Donnellan \, Branch Librarian of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Library in the James A. McClure Federal Building &… Read more Another Excellent and Most-Valuable Post -- "Websites that will make your job easier"

Very Worthwhile Post "Changing Attitudes and Showing Value in the Library"

by on October 6, 2018 1:37 pm
Please see here. Some takeaways: [Responding to the remark that] “libraries were only for books and that no one uses books anymore:”  “[L]ibraries are for people, and [librarians are present] to facilitate the conversation between the materials the library has and the patrons [they] serve…. [D]ifferent users view the role of libraries … [differently]…. [A… Read more Very Worthwhile Post "Changing Attitudes and Showing Value in the Library"

Valuable Article: "You Can’t Write Without Research: The Role of Research Instruction in the Upper-Level Writing Requirement"

by on June 16, 2018 11:02 am
You Can’t Write Without Research: The Role of Research Instruction in the Upper-Level Writing Requirement 18 Fla. Coastal L. Rev. 167 (2017). 40 PagesPosted: 19 Jul 2017Last revised: 30 May 2018 Alyson Drake Texas Tech University School of Law Date Written: July 13, 2017 Abstract This article examines the role legal research instruction should play… Read more Valuable Article: "You Can’t Write Without Research: The Role of Research Instruction in the Upper-Level Writing Requirement"