The tutorial for this week is on the Code
of Federal Regulations. We will cover how regulations are created,
where you locate them, and how to update them. The schedule is 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
any questions or suggestions regarding tutorials please email Liz Robb
New Library System on the Way
We are entering the final four month phase
of the implementation of a new online system for the Information Center.
The entire library staff is working on bringing the new system in by the
Fall 1999 semester. The new and improved Clark is web based, and
will provide greater searching capacity and automated circulation.
Media Services Video Recording
A video recording of the Order of the
Coif lecture held on Monday, March 22 is available in the Information Center
for viewing. Amartya Sen, the 1998 Nobel laureate in Economics, delivered
the lecture entitled "Rational Choice and Law". The video can be
viewed in the Media Rome (680H). You can reserve the room and check
out the video at the 9th Floor Service Desk.
The Document Center Makes Posters
The Document Center can make posters for
you in a variety of sizes and colors. To have this done, simply bring
an 8 1/2 x 11 copy of the item to the Document Center. For more information,
contact the Document Center.
Federal Tax Forms on eLOISe
17" - $2.10
23" - $2.75
29" - $3.50
36" - $4.25
The 1998 federal tax forms and instructions
are now available on eLOISe. You can access eLOISe by using "STUDENT"
as your user ID and password. Use the application "TAXFORMS", and search
by either form number or title. You can also enter 1998 in the year
field to view all available forms. 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 eLOISe.