Tag Archives: tutorials

Citation, citation, citation!

Ah, fall. The time when the thoughts of law review staff turn to cite-checking, and 1Ls are introduced to the bane of Judge Posner’s existence. I actually love the Bluebook. No, really. I even have the credentials to prove it, … Continue reading

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What is a reporter?

This semester’s postings started with a great discussion on reference services. We all get interesting questions from a variety of patrons, and I am sure that every one of us has our favorite reference questions to share. But what happens … Continue reading

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Powerpoints, Screenshots and Legal Research Training as a Team

This has been a really busy semester already and we are only four weeks in. I have been in charge of contacting the faculty, offering research training in the Legal Writing and Upper Level Writing Requirement Courses and then scheduling … Continue reading

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An Advice Column: Do a CALI lesson

An Advice Column As a law librarian with four years of experience, I have four words of advice for even newer law librarians: Do a CALI Lesson. Are you a tenured librarian who needs a peer reviewed publication for their … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Video Tutorial Creation

I have spent a lot of time recently working with videos.  This past summer, I used videos extensively with my online Advanced Legal Research class, and this semester I have been putting an emphasis on starting the UF LIC’s video … Continue reading

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Report on the RIPSSIS 19th Annual Legal Research Teach-In Kit

Laura J. Ax-Fultz & David E. Lehmann, co-chair The RIPS-SIS 19th Annual Legal Research Teach-In Kit celebrated its 19th year with tremendous response from our members. We especially appreciate submission from non-academic libraries.  We want to thank Shawn Nevers and … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

I’m new. I am brand new to this blog and fairly new at my job. One lesson I recently learned, or more accurately, had reinforced, was the importance of seeing things through the eyes of other people. At my library, … Continue reading

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