The tutorial for this week is on how to
use eLOISe. eLOISe, which contains the virtual collection of the
Information Center, is accessible from most of the computers in the building.
It's databases contain scanned images of various materials, including
treaties, U.S. Reports and copies of old exams. 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 (EROBB).
New Library System on the Way
We are entering the final four month phase
of 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 Department
To assist us in our effort to better serve
the Downtown Campus community, the Media Services Department would
like to clarify some commonly used terms. An LCD Projector
is connected to a computer (desktop, personal laptop, or laptop obtained
from the CLC) for the projection of presentations such as Power Point.
An Overhead Projector is used only for transparencies. A Slide
Projector is used for the projection of 35 mm slides. If you
have any questions regarding equipment or services provided by our department,
please contact us at 6-5699 or by email at MEDIASVC.
Video recordings of the recent SBA Law
Week events have been placed on reserve in the Information Center.
The lectures "Hate Speech and Pornography on the Internet" and "Arthur
Kinoy" can be checked out at the Service Desk.
Students are reminded not to leave valuables
unattended in the Information Center. Personal belongings such as
wallets, purses, laptops and briefcases should be carried with you when
you leave your study area.