The Law Library's audio tours are one of the best ways for new law students to learn to use the Law Library. Download these to your own mp3 player or borrow a CD and CD player at the circulation desk on Sub-2. Be sure to pick up a handout at the circulation desk, or print one from here.
The Orientation Tour is a guide to the most important locations in the library, and it describes major reference and circulation services.
The Legal Research Basics Tour guides you through the steps to using basic legal research sources in print, including federal and state statutes, cases, digests, encyclopedias, restatements, annotations, and law journals.
Using Tutorials on the Law Library Public Computers
The tutorials include audio. To use them on Law Library public computers, if you don't have your own headphones, try these options:
- Checkout headphones from the Circulation Desk on Sub-2.
- Turn off the audio by left-clicking the speaker icon in the taskbar and selecting Mute. Then turn on the Closed Captioning included on all tutorials. Closed Captioning can be turned on via the lower navigation with the CC button: