Library Newsletter for Faculty
Wolters Kluwer E-Books
: The library is
finalizing a subscription to a variety of Wolters Kluwer International
Treatises covering foreign laws relating to Torts, Criminal Law, and other
subjects. Once available, these titles will be accessible directly from the
Hein Online: Recently, Hein Online and Fastcase
formed a partnership where content from Fastcase would now be integrated into
Hein Online. This means more primary law than ever is available directly in
Other Database Updates:
Retirement of Lexis.com on
the LexisAdvance platform: On December 31, 2016 Lexis.com will be removed and no longer accessible
from Lexis Advance. We are told that at this time 100% of Lexis.com content will be accessible via Lexis
Advance. If you need training or additional information about the new Lexis
platform, please let your library liaison know, and we can schedule a training
session for you.
Bloomberg Law: The
Bloomberg Law School Engagement leadership team will be in town on March 2nd
through March 4th. Librarian faculty liaisons can meet with the leadership
team at this time. If you have any feedback or would like to give any input on
the role of Bloomberg Law in classrooms and clinical settings, please let your
library liaison know. If you are interested in learning more about
Bloomberg Law, contact the law library to setup a training session.
on the Carolina Law Digital Repository:
The law library’s digital repository team is making great
progress in filling our digital home for scholarship with interesting content.
We have incorporated our William Aycock collection into the repository. We are
well on our way to making law journal articles from all five publications
housed at Carolina Law available as well. The entire run (through Volume 18) of
the North Carolina Banking Institute is already available, and Volumes 1 – 44
of the North Carolina Law Review are live as well. You can view both at http://scholarship.law.unc.edu/peer_review_list.html,
though we are not yet publicizing our repository overtly until this spring or
summer. Finally, plans are taking shape to make faculty scholarship available
in the repository. Aaron Kirschenfeld, Reference & Digital Initiatives
is coordinating this part of our project, and you will likely be hearing from
him in the next several months. You can also address any questions you may have
at this early stage to him. The other members of the repository team are
Assistant Director for Collections and Access Julie Kimbrough (the repository
project’s manager) and Stacey Rowland, Reference and Digital Communications
Librarian (the repository’s technical director).
LibRA: Reference Librarian Dave Hansen oversees the pool
of library research assistants who are available to do research projects for
faculty on an ad hoc basis (projects generally limited to those taking 20 hours or less of research time). Please contact him if you need assistance
with a research project (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Empirical Research Support: The library shares an
empirical research specialist with Duke’s Law Library who is available to
assist faculty with any research projects involving the use of data.
Guangya Liu (Ya) is usually on UNC campus in her office in the law library at
least one day a week. She can be contacted at her email: email@example.com.
Research Training for your Classes: Librarians are
always happy to prepare short presentations related to research in a
substantive area of law for any faculty interested in working research training
into their classes. Please let Leslie Street (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you
Summer RA Training: Stay tuned for information on
research training for your summer RA’s. Every spring, the library hosts
training for new RAs to familiarize them with policies, procedures, and
resources at the library so they will be equipped to best assist you in your
research during the summer. When the dates are scheduled, we will let you