Category Archives: Teaching

What Reference Librarians Can Do to Help Your Teaching

Reference Librarians can assist you with your instructional needs by giving library tours for classes and more! Research Instruction Sessions Reference Librarians can give one-on-one, group, and in-class presentations about library and information resources. We can are available to come to your class and provide a guest lecture on the resources available in a specific…
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JMLS Instructional Resources Guide

As you work on preparing for your fall courses, please check out the Instructional Resources Guide that we have created for faculty. The guide describes many of the teaching resources in our collection and available on the web.  One of recommended resources is the ProfHacker blog from The Chronicle of Higher Education that offers “tips,…
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Electronic Resources available at JMLS

The library subscribes to a large number of databases and electronic research services, all linked from the Library website. They include: Law-based databases: Hein Online BNA Library CCH/Intelliconnect Not specifically legal databases: JSTOR EBSCO While here at JMLS, you will not need passwords to access databases, with the exception of Lexis and Westlaw. All of…
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