- New Displays on Second Floor
- Book Stands
- Stress Relief Course Reserve
- New Database - Intelliconnect
- Microsoft Office Purchase
- New Database - IntelliConnect
- New Relaxation Station in Library
In the display case in the quiet part of the Library, we’ve taken a look at a decision accepted recently by the Supreme Court for review: EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch, Inc., 731 F.3d 1106 (10th Cir. 2013). This case involves an applicant for a position at an Abercrombie & Fitch store in Tulsa, Oklahoma who did not get a sales position because she wore a headscarf. An interesting question is presented about how the potential employer receives notice about a need to accommodate. In the display case outside the quiet area, you’ll find a visual overview of quarantine laws through the ages, with an explanation of laws that are currently in force in the US. This is an especially pertinent display given that quarantine laws are a legal means to combat the spread of Ebola.
The Library recently acquired two book stands that can be checked out for a four-hour block of time. Our new Librarian, Liza Rosenof, swears by them and claims that they make for very ergonomically-correct reading and note taking. Other law students reviewing the book stand on Amazon point out that using a book stand helps correct terrible posture, and one student claimed that using the book stand improved the student’s grades by 20%. We think we have to take that last endorsement with a grain of salt. In all events, come check one out at the Circulation Desk and let us know what effect this product has on your life!
Feeling stressed? Stop by Circulation and check out some of our new books and CDs geared to help alleviate your stress:
Stress Management for Lawyers
Yoga for Lawyers: mind-body techniques to feel better all the time
Meditation for Busy People
Buddha in Blue Jeans: an extremely short simple Zen guide to sitting quietly and being Buddha
New Database - Intelliconnect
The Library is pleased to announce that we have acquired access to many traditional CCH and Wolter Kluwer publications by means of an electronic platform called Intelliconnect. This resource provides access to CCH analysis in a wide variety of practice areas, including labor and employment, securities, environmental compliance, intellectual property, taxation, and human resources, among others. Researchers may select individual sources to search, or can search across all the databases. As with most of the Library’s other databases, user name, barcode number, and PIN are required for off-campus access. You can find Intelliconnect in our database list or click here.
Our OIT Office has provided us with a link for students looking to purchase Microsoft Office at an educational discount.
The Library is pleased to announce that we have access to a new database, IntelliConnect. This resource provides online access to CCH analysis in a wide variety of practice areas, including labor and employment, securities, environmental compliance, taxation, intellectual property, human resources, and many others. Researchers may select individual sources to search, or can search across all the databases. Users may also create customized legal news alerts in their fields of interest using Tracker. User name, barcode number, and PIN required for off-campus access.
Check out the new relaxation station in the Library Lobby directly in front of the outside terrace doors. We have several activities to help you destress: a Buddha Board, a Zen Garden and Sand Pictures. Enjoy! The Library has also begun gathering a Reserve Collection called "Stress Relief," which includes books on meditation and stress management.