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Save the Date! ResearchPalooza 2015 is May 8th

In Check This Out on April 24, 2015 at 3:02 pm

Need to brush up on your research skills?

Join us for ResearchPalooza 2015!!

ResearchPalooza is designed to give students a research refresher before beginning work and registration for the 2015 ResearchPalooza is now open.

Faculty and staff are welcome to attend any and all sessions as well.

The schedule for this year’s event AND the registration are available on the 2015 ResearchPalooza LibGuide.

We’ll see you there!

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Spend Your Summer Studying @SchmidLibrary

In Check This Out on May 27, 2014 at 8:18 pm

It’s almost officially summer (June 21st) but Schmid Law Library is operating on Summer hours, available here.

We have reference librarians to assist with legal reference questions Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, including the lunch hour.

If you want to know more about library services, we recommend reviewing the Schmid Law Library in a  Nutshell LibGuide; it includes information on circulation policies, study rooms, cell phone use, library social media channels, and information For the Public.

If you have any questions, please call the Circulation Desk at (402) 472-3547.

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Research Palooza Is Coming!

In News & Notes on March 31, 2014 at 2:17 pm

Research Palooza is Coming!

Save the Date: Schmid Law Library will offer the 3rd Annual Research Palooza on Thursday May 8, 2014.

This one-day research skills event is designed to prepare you for real-world summer clerking and research. Please watch for information and a survey about the topics that you want us to cover.

In the meantime, please send suggestions to any librarian…. To review what we offered during the 2nd Annual Research Palooza, see last year’s ResearchPalooza 2013 LibGuide.

Bonus: Read the Top 10 Things that Law Librarians Wish Law Students Would Know or Do HERE

What’s a LibGuide?

In Check This Out on January 16, 2014 at 5:15 pm

Start the New Year and the spring semester off right with library resources. LibGuides are online subject guides for classes, topics or general information.

Schmid LibGuides

Schmid LibGuides are available as:

  • Class resource guide (Comparative Law, Copyright, Tax Policy Seminar and more)
  • How-to guide (seminar papers, legislative histories)
  • Library information (STIR Talks, research assistance)
  • Technology resources (mobile apps, Law College IT)

Questions? See a friendly librarian at the reference desk from 8AM – 5PM during the week or email us.

 

 

Schmid Law Library in a Nutshell

In Check This Out on August 19, 2013 at 9:09 pm

Classes start in one week at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln! Schmid Law Library is happy to meet you at law school orientation later this week or welcome you back for the 2013-2014 academic year. Check out our Schmid Law Library in a Nutshell LibGuide to review library services, staff and librarians, IT information and more.

There’s some changes to be aware of as classes begin:

  • The Law College IT department moved in room 170 or the formerly North Computer Lab.
  • A Laptop Checkout program provides six laptop computers for law student use, the policy and details are available in the “Laptops & Computers” tab of the Schmid Law Library in a Nutshell LibGuide. We’ll review this new program at during First Year Orientation and at the Welcome Back meetings for the 2L & 3L students – check your student mailbox on for a more information as well.
  • There are two Express Internet computers for law student use in the library (located near the IT Suite, Room 170). Please limit your time to 30 minutes, a scanner for student use is also available.
  • Free Westlaw printing has gone away. While the Westlaw printers are still in the printer room (thank you Westlaw), these printers were donated so we now have four student printers. Make sure you check all four printers when claiming your print-jobs.
  • Last but not least, follow Schmid Law Library (@SchmidLibrary) on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Even Roscoe has joined the social media world, follow @RoscoeSez on Twitter.

We look forward to working with you this semester, if you have any questions or comments – please see a librarian or library staff member for help, we’re wearing the “Roscoe Sez” buttons.

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