FAQ: Faculty Services
- Materials Requests
- Library Stacks Access
- Scanning for Canvas Course Reserves
- CALI Online Lessons
- Research help
- Research Instruction
- Study Rooms
Request titles through Library Search. If not found, use the Recommend Item for Purchase Form (Not all fields required; select “Law” and you’ll be notified) or contact email@example.com / 6-1654 for help. Make sure to actually log in, to get full delivery options and notifications!
Delivery options are a) Delivery to your Law School mailbox; b) Pickup at Law Library Checkout Desk, 9am-5pm; c) Curbside at south building entrance, 9am-5pm; or d) U.S. Mail
Library Stacks Access
No Self-Browsing of Library Stacks, Please! The library environment is being kept sanitized and controlled as per UO’s Incident Management Team (IMT) and other authority.
Scanning for Canvas Course Reserves
We no longer offer print course reserves in the Law Library, but we will scan articles or chapters for you to put on reserve in your Canvas site. We can scan one article or chapter per work. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 6-3088 and provide projected deadline. Minimum 48-hour turnaround or longer as volume increases.
Alternatively, logon to ILLiad, select "Document Delivery > Scanning Request," fill out the request form, and submit your request.
If you want to put an entire book on reserve, email email@example.com. We will buy an e-book (if available) that you can link to your Canvas site.
CALI Online Lessons
To access online lessons by CALI – Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction – faculty and students need to create individual accounts:
1. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 6-3088 for the access code
2. Go to http://www.cali.org/register
3. Then login to your new individual account at http://www.cali.org
See Research Help page at https://library.uoregon.edu/law/reference
We are not currently assigning liaison librarians to faculty, and are centralizing responses to faculty reference questions through email@example.com; 6-1654. Please give a week’s notice if you need help. Same-day responses are unlikely. For more involved research help, we encourage you to have your RAs contact us. All service is remote.
Other than for currently offered credit courses, librarians’ ability to commit to single-session instruction will be determined as the semester progresses. To inquire further contact firstname.lastname@example.org 6-1654 at least two weeks in advance of your need. All instruction will be remote.
Study rooms are unavailable due to the danger posed by virus buildup in indoor spaces with little air flow.
[updated 17 August 2020; email@example.com]