We have new books in the library on a wide range of topics such as, property law, administrative law, ethics, business writing, free speech, taxation, ADR and the Mexican legal system! Some of these books are in the New Book display on the third floor of the library. If you cannot find them there, check the catalog to see if they are shelved in another location or have been checked out already.
To view a table listing the new print resources that the library received in May and June, 2014, click Continue reading below. Most of the items listed there can be found in the General Collection and checked out for up to three weeks by members of the Coastal Community.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the Reference Desk on the third floor of the Library & Technology Center or contact the Reference Librarians via email, telephone (904.680.7612), or the Ask a Librarian form.
If you think we should consider adding something to the collection, please feel free to recommend it here (Coastal ID login required).
Will you be heading to the beach during this beautiful weather? Don’t want to risk getting water/sand on your electronics? Head on over to the library and check out one of our Newly Acquired books-the worst that will happen is you’ll get a paper cut!
When your friends in colder climes tell you how they are digging themselves out of a winter wonderland, tell them you too are staying indoors during this cold spell-with a new book from the Coastal Library! Here are the latest acquisitions after the jump for you to check out.
Are you looking for some light summer reading? Nothing is better at the beach than a law book! Why read the latest trashy novel or hot biography when Android apps in one hour for lawyers or Finding your voice in law school: mastering classroom cold calls, job interviews, and other verbal challenges is available? You can find all your summer reading needs through the Coastal catalog including these new acquisitions. Please shake the sand out before returning them.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of “New Library Resources.” The Curiosity Lander may find these guys any day now – and they love books!
To view a table listing the new print resources that the library received in July 2012, click Continue reading below. Most of the items listed there can be found in the General Collection and checked out for up to three weeks by members of the Coastal Community.
Check out the 11th annual Amelia Island Book Festival this weekend (Friday, February 17th – Sunday, February 19th). There are workshops and meet-and-greets with dozen of authors including Steve Berry, Paula McLain, David Morrell, and Bill Belleville. See http://ameliaislandbookfestival.com/ for the schedule and specific locals.
The Library has a blog. This is it. We will post announcements on Mondays (except for holidays). We will post some interesting things about law or libraries or books on Wednesdays. And on Fridays, we will give you some ideas of what to do for the weekend – which could range from looking for a topic for your ALWR to where to get good sushi. Librarians know all kinds of things.
Today, I would like to share with you the kind of things that Librarians watch when they are not answering reference questions or helping with research (which is not very often, that is why it is a short video): Here is what books do when you are not around.