P. 1
Bathroom Reader 4.08: October 2013

Bathroom Reader 4.08: October 2013

|Views: 40|Likes:
Harvard Law School Library's Bathroom Reader newsletter
Harvard Law School Library's Bathroom Reader newsletter

More info:

Published by: Harvard Law School Library on Oct 04, 2013
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





Uncle Christopher’s

Bathroom Reader
This month we highlight two of our many research guides. If you’re researching German Law, use our Guide to German Law Databases at http://bit.ly/ hlslgld to get started with BeckOnline, Juris, and Makrolog Recht für Deutschland. Our SJD Guide to Law Library Services provides a roadmap to HLSL services for SJD students. If you’re an SJD, be sure to visit http://bit.ly/ hlslsjdguide! Check out the HLS Library’s complete collection of research guides at http://bit. ly/hlslguides. If you have a hankering to tickle the ivories, enjoy the piano between Langdell Hall and the WCC now through October 14. It’s part of the internationally touring Play Me, I’m Yours installation. For more info and piano locations (including others around Harvard), visit http://streetpianos.com. We get new books all the time. To see some of the latest and subscribe to RSS feeds or email alerts by subject, visit http:// bit.ly/hlslnewbooks.

Volume 4 Issue 8: October 2013

Guides to German Databases & SJD Services

H a r va r d s tu d en ts, we’d like to give you a $10 Starbucks card. This semester, we’re studying how students use library books and we need your help. If you install our Wild Books iPhone or Android app and check in with one library book, we’ll send you FREE Starbucks. We also have prizes (iPod Shuffles, Kindle Fires, iPads and more) to raffle for those willing to stick it out for the entire semester. Visit http://hvrd.me/wildbooks to learn more. If you’re enjoying the changing colors of the leaves, you might be! For a complete guide to scenic drives, apple picking (and apple recipes), corn mazes, and other autumnal fun in New England, check out Boston.com’s Fall Fun Guide at http://bit.ly/fallfun2013. We’re happy to announce there is now a color printer for student use in the Library’s Microforms Room (main floor across from the computer lab). Choose a microforms-color option from the print dialogue options. Printing to the color printer costs $.50/sheet.

Wild Books, Free Starbucks!

Are You a Leaf Peeper?

Play Me, I’m Yours!

As you may have seen during Love Your Library Fest or the Treasures from Historical & Special Collections exhibit (on view in the Caspersen Room now through November 22), HLSL’s HSC are home to a wide variey of fascinating and important materials. If you wish to use rare books or early manuscripts in your research, email specialc@ law.harvard.edu to make arrangements. HSC Reading Room hours are by appointment Monday - Friday from 10am to 5pm, and many materials require 1-2 business days’ notice to be paged from off-site. Explore what’s available at http://hvrd. me/hlslhsc and learn more details about visiting at http:// bit.ly/visithlslhsc.

Historical & Special Collections

More Colorful Fun: Printer! The late night coffee machine by
Ask: asklib.law.harvard.edu Blog: bit.ly/etseq Facebook.com/hlslibrary Google+: http://bit.ly/hlslgplus Twitter.com/hlslib


the Caspersen Room is fixed!!!!!

Connect with Us:

What’s New?

Read the Bathroom Reader online at http://bit.ly/hlslbath. Send feedback and suggestions to research@law.harvard.edu. Image credits: German flag, Wikimedia Commons; Music notes, Wikimedia Commons; Walden Pond by M.K., CC:BY-NC-SA; Normandy (France). Summa de Legibus Normanniae, ca. 1300, fol. 26v (detail). HLS MS 220.

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->