Are you a Faculty of Law Summer Research Assistant? If yes, then please let us know. The Library has planned Research Instructional Sessions for you in order for your research projects to go as smoothly as possible.
These sessions take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in May and June and they cover everything from inter-library loans, to copyright, to searching online databases.
Our first session will take place on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 12:30pm in the Library Training Room (Room P363). If you are unable to attend, please introduce yourself to one of the librarians (John Bolan, Sooin Kim, Alexia Loumankis) when you start working.
At this Orientation session, we will go over important information that you will need in order to do your research and use the Law Library over the summer, including:
- Extending access to Quicklaw and WestlawNext
- Borrowing on behalf of your Professor(s)
- Photocopying, printing, and scanning in the Library and other administrative details
- Copyright and Open Access
Throughout the summer, we will offer a series of lunch-time research instructional sessions for you on the following topics:
May 9 Orientation, Copyright, & Open Access
May 11* Zotero citation tool (tentative date/time)
May 16 Books
May 18 Journals
May 23 Historical Databases with Professor Simon Stern
May 25 International and Human Rights
May 30 WestlawNext Canada
June 1 Lexis Advance Quicklaw
June 6 Cases
June 8 Legislation
The sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 12:30pm-1:30pm in the Library training room (P363).
We encourage you to attend; reminders will be sent out in advance of each session.
*Photo of Torys Hall by Stephanie Coffey