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- RIPS Seeking Volunteer: Co-Webmaster May 22, 2017
- Bad Research or Competing Philosophies of Statutory Interpretation: Sally Yates vs. Ted Cruz May 18, 2017
- RIPS-SIS Bylaws Revision Project: Review & Comment May 17, 2017
- On Sabbaticals and Term-Limits May 16, 2017
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- Ross McPhail, Associate Librarian, S.J. Quinney Law School, University of Utah on Ready, set, go! Summer Preparedness for Law Students
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Tag Archives: information literacy
by Christine Anne George Ages ago, otherwise known as February 2016, I wrote a post-binge post on Making a Murderer. Among other things, I mentioned how the show created a teachable moment where people (hopefully) learned about the limits of … Continue reading
by Kris Turner One of my favorite kinds of questions at the reference desk are those that allow me to ask this question right back: Do you want that in print or digital?
Did everyone read the email a couple of weeks ago? The one from Lexis on March 7th? Did your students read it? We have a problem every year explaining what students can use their Lexis and Westlaw accounts for in … Continue reading
Later this month, Vanderbilt librarians who teach will have the opportunity to attend virtual “encore” sessions on library instruction and information literacy from a conference going on right this minute in Fort Worth, Texas by an organization called LOEX. Apologies … Continue reading