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Academic Law Librarians Share Unique Student Services

by Nicole Downing The ALL-SIS Student Services Committee hosted a series of online discussions on topics related to student services throughout the month of April 2018. We received a lot of excellent responses filled with a wide variety of activities … Continue reading

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What Percent of Law Students Should Regularly Use the Library?

by Dean Duane Strojny In the old days, if we had 10% of our students in the library in the middle of the afternoon, that meant anywhere between 200 and 250 students most semesters. Today, 10% is a lot less. … Continue reading

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Word on the Law School “Streets”… Librarians are Helpful

My smile is my most often used tool for encouraging students to approach me and professors to want to work with me. I am beginning to realize that I cannot hide in my office and send emails and expect students … Continue reading

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Quick Response (QR) Codes and Patron Services

While curled up with the latest issue of Law Library Journal, my eye was drawn to the funny looking graphic on page 153.  I had seen it before.  It looked like this: The graphic is of a Quick Response (QR) … Continue reading

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