Exam Period Hours
November 29 through December 23, the Information
Center will have extended hours to accommodate students during the exam
10:00am - 11:00pm
Monday - Thursday
7:45am - 11:00pm
7:45am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 10:00pm
Exams on eLOISe
Copies of sample exams are available on
eLOISe. If you're not familiar with eLOISe, stop by the service desk
in the library for a "Using eLOISe" bookmark, or attend one of the tutorials
being presented this week. (Older
exams are also available in bound volumes on the 10th floor).
Do you want to find a copy of a sample
exam, a treaty, or a case from the United States Reports? Then come to
this week's tutorial on using eLOISe. The eLOISe database, which contains
the virtual collection of the Information Center, is accessible from most
of the computers in this building.
The tutorials will be presented by the
Reference Librarians in the Information Center. The schedule for these
tutorials is posted on the 9th floor bulletin board. You do not have to
sign up, just come to the Reference Desk at the scheduled times. If you
have any comments or suggestions regarding the tutorials, please email
them to LGlanz.
During the period of December 6 - 23,
students will be able to reserve group study rooms for two hours per person.
You can reserve study rooms at the Service Desk on the 9th floor with a
current student ID.
Librarians Available in Computer Lab
In case you aren't aware, reference librarians
are regularly scheduled in computer lab 700 from 10am-noon and 1pm-3pm
Monday through Friday to assist students with computer reference questions.
Now that exam time is approaching, please
remember to be considerate of other students who need a quiet atmosphere
in which to study. The study rooms are available for group interactive
study. If you are unable to study or concentrate due to loud talking
in the Information Center, please inform the Reference Librarian at the