Ever feel like the critter pictured here when trying to get your work done? As the semester gets busy, you may find yourself needing help staying alert. Although I heartily endorse naps, you may not always be able to indulge. Check out your Virtual Cat-approved Four Chemistry-Approved Ways to Stay Awake Without Caffeine .
Further to our earlier
speculating about Drone law, here is a link to an interesting
infographic recently published on the subject. It
summarizes the laws currently on the books in entertaining visual form.
With legal employers looking for cost-efficiency in their new employees, an official government website with free documents in PDF is one you'll want to bookmark and remember. FDsys, the U.S. Government Printing Office's Federal Digital System, provides easy access to Congressional bills, hearings, and reports, the U.S. Code, the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations, as well as Presidential documents and other materials. Some of the materials on FDsys are not available on HeinOnline, and all of them are accessible to anyone with internet access. Be sure to note the date coverage for each of the resources, which varies.
The new semester generally has several workshops and orientations that
all students must attend. Did you recently attend one and need a quick
refresher on what you learned? Then take a look at the Library's
webcasts page here.
Any research workshop or session conducted by the Library is recorded
and provided on the site for all students to access. Check back periodically as the listings are updated regularly. The handouts that
were given out at the session along with any other presentation
materials are linked as well. In addition, we have a number of research
tips and tutorial videos that can help you with your other research
(a.k.a. - legal stuff I have to say on advice of counsel)
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