Friday, March 20, 2009

Last chance to attend Top 10 Research Workshops

The Top 10 Research Skills Workshops will be repeated next week. The schedule is copied below. If you are unable to attend some of the workshops, they will be available as podcasts on the Law Library's web site. The handouts are available on TWEN. Sign up for the course - Top 10 Research Skills Library Workshops.

Monday, March 23, 3:10-4pm in Room 243 Kevin Shelton will present "Civics 101: What Every New Lawyer Should Know, But Doesn't"
Learn the difference between statutes and regulations and get the basic background you will need for all legal research.

Tuesday, March 24, 4:10-5pm in Room 243 Yasmin Alexander will present
"Location, Location, Location: Where to find Cases, Statutes and Regulations"
Learn the best way to research cases, and where to find statutes and regulations.

Wednesday, March 25, 11:10am-noon in Room 205 Toni Aiello will present "Where do I start? Getting Background with Secondary Sources."
Learn how to find and effectively use Secondary Sources.

• Thursday, March 26, 11:10am-noon in Room 243 David Dames and Tricia Kasting will present "Putting it all Together"
Learn how to formulate a research strategy based on your assignment, your time limits, and the resources you have available--when to use what.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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