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E-Journals

Published on: Author: Teresa L

To all Cite-checkers, note-writers, paper-writers, students and faculty: The library is glad to announce our E-Journal finder on the library web site. The E-Journal finder allows you to access articles in many of the full text journals that we subscribe to. Try it out here Your search in the E-journal finder will locate journals in… Continue reading

Spotlight on…ProQuest Research Library

Published on: Author: Teresa L

ProQuest Research Library is a resource of electronic collections containing millions of documents on a broad range of general reference subjects originally published in magazines, newspapers, and journals. The General Reference Subjects include: Arts – dance, theater, cinema. Business – economics, personal finance, marketing. Education – administration, policy, teaching practices. General Interest – hobbies, fashion,… Continue reading

Environmental Law Reporter Online

Published on: Author: Teresa L

The Library’s subscription to the Environmental Law Reporter Online is now available to Hastings Faculty, Staff and Students from off-campus computers. ELR is a excellent resource for state and federal environmental cases, statutes, regulations, news and analysis. Before today, ELR was strictly an on-campus database. Thankfully, ELI has removed this restriction from our subscription and… Continue reading

Spotlight on…Foreign Law Guide

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Got a foreign research question? Start your hunt with the Foreign Law Guide on our website (in the subscription database listing). The full title is Foreign Law Guide: Current Sources of Codes and Basic Legislation in Jurisdictions of the World, by Thomas H. Reynolds and Arturo A. Flores. This online database is arranged alphabetically by… Continue reading

Code of Federal Regulations

Published on: Author: Teresa L

The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) from 1938 through the 1983 edition is now available through HeinOnline’s Federal Register library collection in .PDF. Included in the announcement is this description of the CFR: “The CFR is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register (also available in HeinOnline from its’… Continue reading

Computer Assisted Legal Instruction

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) produces multiple-choice lessons in almost every subject area with answers and explanations. The lessons are available online or in CD format. Students can get their own free CALI CD at the reference desk and download the exercises to a laptop. Or students can get an authorization code from a reference… Continue reading

Non-Legal Research

Published on: Author: Teresa L

The Library has started subscriptions to two databases, both from the ProQuest Company: ABI/INFORM surveys publications in business, finance, and economics and includes full text coverage for many of the nearly 1,800 journal, magazine and newspaper titles it indexes. PsychINFO® is an abstracting and indexing service published by the American Psychological Association. It covers publications… Continue reading