Federal Tax Research Tutorial
This week's tutorial will be on how to
do federal tax research. We will cover the Internal Revenue Code,
IRS Regulations, Revenue Rulings, Private Letter Rulings, and Tax Treaties.
You can find the tutorial schedule posted in the entry way of the library.
There is no need to sign up to attend; just come to the Reference Desk
at the scheduled time. If you have questions or suggestions regarding
tutorials, please email Liz Robb (EROBB).
Your Current Student ID is Your Library
Your Student ID, with a current sticker,
is what you need to check out materials, reserve study rooms, and to use
faculty reserve items. Current ID stickers (dated 5/20/99) can be
obtained from the Registrar's Office.
Lamination Available at the Document
The Document Center offers lamination
services for ID cards ($0.25), letter ($1.50), legal ($2.00), and poster
($5.00) size materials. For more information contact the Document Center.
Media Services Policy
The Media Services Department receives
many inquiries regarding signs and posters. While Media Services does not
create signs, we do display them. 8 1/2 x 11 signs can be placed
in the glass case located in the front lobby or on a black stand. 11x17
enlargements are created by the College Service Center and can be attached
to poster board and placed on a wooden easel. The 23" posters are created
by the Document Center and can be brought to the Media Services office
(Room 160) for display. Posters to go in the lobby can only be displayed
there the day of the event. All display materials can be obtained
from Media Services. For requests or inquiries email MEDIASVC.
Media Services Video Recordings
BLSA's Martin Luther King Day Program:
The guest speakers were Marvin Gray (Chicago-Kent alumnus) and the Hon.
R. Eugene Pinchum.
Criminal Justice Society: Guest
speaker Prof. David Rudstein discussed the Harry Aleman case.
The tapes can be viewed in the Media Room
(680H). You can check out tapes and reserve the room at the 9th Floor
Employer Resumes on eLOISe
Access the Employer Resume database on
eLOISe, and you will find questionnaires and resumes completed by numerous
law firms. The information includes firm size, areas of practice,
contacts, and demographics. You can access eLOISe by using "STUDENT"
as your user ID and password. Use the application "EMPRES", and search
by firm name, size, location, or year of resume submission. Once
you have retrieved a document, it can be printed to the Document Center.
Please feel free to ask a Reference Librarian if you need assistance with