Hello, and if this is your first time visiting the Law Librarian Blog, we’re glad you made it! This is where we post updates about training, resources, library access and anything else we think you might need to know. We hope you’ll find the blog a useful place throughout the year.
So welcome week has come and gone already and we’re straight into Week One of teaching. We’ve been busy running induction sessions for student at all levels but don’t worry if you missed out, recordings of all online sessions have been uploaded to our Media Hopper channel:
- UG Using the Library and Using Legal Databases
- PG Using the Library and Using Legal Databases
- PhD Sources, Materials and Bibliographies
There’s information about what’s available in the library and what we have online access to listed in DiscoverEd, which you can find here:
- Video on a simple search on DiscoverEd (6 mins)
- Microsoft Sway guide to using DiscoverEd
And finally, some other resources that can help you get started with legal research:
- Our new information skills resource to help students work through the basics of finding legal information.
- The Law Subject Guide has a lot of useful information for all levels:
- Take a virtual look around the Law Library before you visit! Find our Library Orientation Guide here.
We completely understand the first few weeks of a new academic year are swamped with information, and it’s probable that you’ll have too much to take in for now. However if you bookmark this page or these resources we hope they’ll be useful when you need them. If you have questions please feel free to get in touch at any time by leaving a comment or emailing us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.