Amicus Briefs - News from the Alexander Campbell King Law Library  
February 2005
 
In This Issue

doors
New brushed aluminum lettering identifies the entrance to the bridge.

 

Computer Repair on Campus


Did you know that UGA's TEC Services can repair your personally-owned computer or printer?

TEC Services A+ certified technicians provide warranty service for Apple, Dell, IBM, Compaq and Gateway desktops & notebooks as well as HP LaserJet printers. TEC Services also provides repair, including virus removal, for all makes and models of computers and printers.

You can also purchase reasonably-priced PC peripherals and components such as:
  • Network Cards
  • LCD flat screen monitors
  • Wireless cards
  • Motherboards
  • Mice
  • Keyboards
  • RAM
  • Hard drives

To utilize the TEC Services repair and upgrade services, simply carry your computer or printer to TEC Services on South Campus. TEC Services is located across from Boyd Graduate Studies and behind Hardman Hall. All major credit cards, debit cards and personal checks are accepted. For more information, visit http://www.tec.uga.edu.


New Look New Signs



For the past few years the library staff has devoted considerable resources to improving the appearance and functionality of the physical space. One detail overlooked was actually identifying the library. In 1968 the Law School opened the addition which tripled the existing space in Hirsch Hall and added a three floor library. The entrance to the library was not always obvious to people; so after 36 years we have clearly identified the Alexander Campbell King Law Library. Black lettering was added to the glass doors. We also identified the entrance to the bridge (see picture above) and more clearly identified the J. Alton Hosch Law Library Annex. The Annex, opened in 1983, was initially designed as a separate library with its own front door and circulation desk. 


front doors

 

HeinOnline Database

hein


HeinOnline is an image-based, fully-searchable research collection. Currently there are more than 225,000 articles and 15 million pages in the database. All of these pages are PDF images, meaning they provide exact page images and enable the researcher to view all pages as they originally appeared in hardcopy-including all charts, graphs, and photographs. Also, the libraries in HeinOnline provide comprehensive coverage from the inception of each publication.
HeinOnline is the perfect resource when photocopy quality is necessary.

HeinOnline has five major library collections: the Law Journal Library, the Federal Register Library, the Treaties and Agreements Library, the U.S. Attorney General Opinions Library, and the U.S. Supreme Court Library.

In addition to the journals published by all American and Canadian law schools, HeinOnline includes a large number of journals published by professional associations and private publishers.

Spring Break Hours


The Law Library has reduced hours during the week of Spring Break (March 12-19). During that week the library will open at 8:00, and close at 5:00. Saturday and Sunday will also see reduced hours. Normal hours resume on Sunday, March 20:

MARCH 2005
SUN   
MON
TUE  
WED 
THU.  
FRI.
SAT.  


1

7:30a-MID
2

7:30a-MID
3

7:30a-MID
4

7:30a-9p
5

10a-8p
6
11a-MID
7
7:30a-MID
8
7:30a-MID
9
7:30a-MID
10
7:30a-MID
11
7:30a-9p
12
10a-5p
13

11a-5p
14 Spring Break
8a-5a
15 Spring Break
8a-5p
16 Spring Break
8a-5p
17 Spring Break
8a-5p
18 Spring Break
8a-5p
19

10a-8p
20
11a-MID
21
7:30a-MID
22
7:30a-MID
23
7:30a-MID
24
7:30a-MID
25
7:30a-9p
26
10a-8p
27 Easter

11a-MID
28

7:30a-MID
29

7:30a-MID
30

7:30a-MID
31

7:30a-MID



Remember the Circulation Desk closes 15 minutes before the library closing. The hours the Law Library is open are always available on the library's web page at http://www.law.uga.edu/library/hours.html.