It’s Study Aids Time!
The semester is nearly over and it is officially crunch time. So, let’s talk about study aids!
Did you know you can get all types of study aids from the Library, both in print and online? For a comprehensive list, take a look at our Study Aids Guide.
The Study Aids Guide lists the different types of study aids available to you, as well as summaries of each kind of study aid. It also provides information on how to access our two online study aids libraries: Lexis Digital Study Aids Library and Aspen Learning Library.
As you start studying, remember that study aids are used to help you enhance your understanding of concepts taught in the classroom. While your notes and professor’s explanations should always be your primary source of information, study aids can help supplement your understanding and help you test your knowledge.
The newest print editions of study aids are available in the Library’s Reserve Collection. To check one of these out, just ask at the Circulation Desk. All reserve copies are available for 2-hour check outs. Older editions, located in the Lower Level stacks, can be checked out for longer. If you would like help finding a copy, or would like to check one out remotely, don’t hesitate to ask! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you have any questions about the Guide, or about study aids generally and how to access them, please contact Sean Felhofer or the Library’s Reference Staff. The reference librarians are available for appointments (or questions) via phone (651-290-6424), chat, Zoom, or email.
How to find Research Guides:
- Go to the Library website
- Click on the Research Guides link under Legal Research Resources
- Scroll down and click the desired research guide