A Different View: Teaching Basic Legal Research to Library StudentsAALL Spectrum Blog (2015)
This semester I have the pleasure of teaching Basic Legal Research to several graduate level Masters of Library and Information Science students in a mixed mode course offered at St. John’s University. In taking up this course, however, I have found that teaching basic legal research to library students presents a whole different set of challenges, issues, and problems (as opposed to teaching legal research to law students) that are not necessarily addressed by the law library community.
- library science,
- law librarianship,
- legal research
Publication DateFebruary 17, 2015
Citation InformationTaryn L. Rucinski. "A Different View: Teaching Basic Legal Research to Library Students" AALL Spectrum Blog (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/taryn_rucinski/42/