THIS THURSDAY AT 4 PM: Free Webinar – Using Nexis Uni for Legal Research

Consider registering at the link below for an online training session on how to do legal research using the database Nexis Uni (replaced LexisNexis Academic last spring).

Topic: Webinar on Nexis Uni–Legal Research

Posted by:  Cathy Michael, Communication & Legal Studies Librarian

Library Guide: Legal Studies > Nexis Uni: Legal Searching

Open to:  Members of Ithaca College

Date and Time:  Thursday, November 1, 2018 4:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time

Instructor:   Earnrolyn “Lynn” Smith, J.D., MILS, Academic Customer Success Manager, LexisNexis Academic & Library Solutions

Lynn Smith of LexisNexis will guide us through how to find cases and codes using the new Nexis Uni platform.

Event address for attendees: https://lexisnexiscenters.webex.com/lexisnexiscenters/onstage/g.php?MTID=e74d6df84d98a4dab45e2163843b9bfcb
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Teleconference information
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Call-in toll-free number (Premiere): 1-855-733-3266 (US)
Attendee access code: 171 301 6960
It is not necessary to call-in.  There is an “audio broadcasting” feature via your computer.

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September 23rd to the 29th is Banned Books Week

In celebration of Banned Books Week, the library’s Research Help Desk will display Banned Books that you can check out.

Use the library’s guide to Banned and Censored Media to find books to explore and learn more about the event.  Ask a librarian to help you find a book to check out from our stacks.   Take this short quiz designed by Shianne Beer to test your knowledge.

Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment.  This year it is being held from September 23rd to 29th.  Books are most frequently banned or challenged if an institution or individual deems their content to be offensive.

This year, you can also Thank a Banned Author in the LGBT Center on Tuesday, September 25th and Thursday September 27th at noon.  Readers will be gathering to write emails or postcards to banned or censored authors in order to thank them for their impactful books.  For more information on that event, see the related Intercom post or the Facebook page for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services

Take a stand for the banned!

ALA ACRL EBSS ERCS – Library Resources for Communication Studies (LRCS) now live

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