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Ebook Study Guides on OverDrive

by Julie Tedjeske on 2018-02-16T18:48:00-05:00 in Family Law, Elder Law, and Wills, Trusts & Estates, Contracts, Ebooks, Capital Punishment, Real Estate and Property Law, Professional Responsibility and Ethics, Insurance, Torts, and Products Liability, Securities Law, Constitutional Law, Bankruptcy, Banking and Finance, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Immigration, Tax and Accounting Law, Environmental and Energy Law, Employment, Labor, and Benefits Law, Administrative Law and Executive Branch, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Media, Arts, Sports, and Technology Law, Health Law, Business Law

The DCLI is now offering access to OverDrive! 

Through the OverDrive ebook platform, law students can check out ebook versions of various law school survival texts and study aids, including the Mastering, Understanding, and Questions & Answers series. Ebooks can be checked out and read on a variety of devices.

Using OverDrive, you can read, bookmark, annotate, and highlight borrowed materials. Instructions on reading ebooks can be found in the OverDrive Help section. Information on the various devices and reading methods is also provided. Additional information and resources can be found on the LexisNexis Digital Library Support and Training Site.

The checkout period is two weeks after which time the item will expire; however, you will be able to check it out again.  (More than one renewal is permitted.) If you have used the OverDrive Read software, your annotations and highlights will still be available under your “History & Notes” section in OverDrive. Users may check out a maximum of 10 items at any one time.

The DCLI's Study Aids research guide provides more information on study aids, including listings by topic of both print study guides and CALI lessons.

If you have any questions or difficulty accessing OverDrive, please contact Julie Tedjeske, Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian.

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