The Law Library is proud to offer a variety of resources for its faculty, several of which are noted below. If we can provide assistance, feel free to contact us or stop by one of our offices.
Services & Instructional Resources
The Law Library can provide a variety of services and instructional resources, including:
- In-class research lectures
- Print research guides
- LibGuide creation for classes or topics
- Library tours (individual or group)
- Placement of materials on general or course reserve
- Faculty research refreshers
- Product updates
- To search the current library collection, use Galileo, the library catalog, available at http://galileo.valpo.edu. This catalog is shared by the Law Library and Christopher Center.
- To use the interlibrary loan system, visit https://valpo.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/IVU/logon.html. For more information on how the interlibrary loan process works, click here.
- To request a book purchase, contact Larissa Sullivant or Emily Janoski-Haehlen.
Faculty Research Assistance Program
- The Law Library subscribes to several hundred law-related databases and newsletters. To access these resources and view alphabetical and topical listings of what is available, go to http://lawlibguides.valpo.edu/researchdatabases.
- Access is also available to numerous non-legal (e.g., philosophy) databases through the Christopher Center. Visit http://library.valpo.edu/alpha/index.html to view and access these resources.
- To see where a print periodical is available in digital format, visit http://bs6vx4ge6d.search.serialssolutions.com/.
Electronic Archiving of Scholarship
The Law Library maintains the Law School’s portion of ValpoScholar, the University’s institutional repository, and also creates and maintains SelectedWorks pages for interested faculty. A gallery of current pages is available here. If you are interested in having your work uploaded and made available through the system, contact Jesse Bowman.