With Thanksgiving around the corner, many of you are beginning to finalize your papers and study for your exams. This time of year can be quite overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. There are many resources in the library to help you succeed. Listed below are some of the resources. If you have questions about them, please feel free to stop or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the reference desk.
- First Year Courses:
- Site provides links to popular study aids for first year courses.
- Upper Level Courses:
- There are a few ways to identify study aids for upper level courses. One way is to search the SARA catalog for the phrase study aid, and then use the filters on the left hand side of the screen to limit the list to items located on Reserve. Another way is to search for a particular series. For example, you could search SARA for West’s Nutshell Series, the Understanding Series, Sum and Substance, Concise Hornbook Series, or Examples and Explanations.
Legal Writing and Citation Tools:
- Legal Writing & Analysis:
- Site links you to resources to help with legal writing and analysis
- Legal Citation:
- Site links you to legal citation resources
Other Tools for Success:
- Exams on File:
- Link provides access to past exams
- Study Room Reservation:
- Except during the reading and exam periods, the policy for the use of study rooms is as follows: Rooms may be used by two or more students for up to four hours per day. Rooms that are not reserved may be used on a first-come, first-served basis, but students who have reserved a room have priority over students who are using an empty room without reserving it. Use the online Study Room Reservation System to reserve a room. During the reading and exam periods, students on must reserve study rooms. Groups of two or more students may reserve one library study room for up to four hours per day. No student may reserve a room for individual use.