Most checked out titles this school year, 2021-2022:
The Bluebook : a uniform system of citation / compiled by the editors of the Columbia Law Review, the Harvard Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal
From the Book’s Preface: The current edition of The Bluebook retains the same basic approach to legal citation established by its predecessors. The layout of the Bluebook has been updated to make the information easier to access. Some citation forms have been expanded, elaborated upon, or modified from previous editions to reflect the ever-expanding range of authorities used in legal writing and to respond to suggestions from the legal community.
Mutual aid : building solidarity during this crisis (and the next) / Dean Spade
Mutual aid is the radical act of caring for each other while working to change the world. Around the globe, people are faced with a spiraling succession of crises, from the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change-induced fires, floods, and storms to the ongoing horrors of mass incarceration, racist policing, brutal immigration enforcement, endemic gender violence, and severe wealth inequality. As governments fail to respond to – or actively engineer – each crisis, ordinary people are finding bold and innovative ways to share resources and support the vulnerable. Survival work, when done alongside social movement demands for transformative change, is called mutual aid. This book is about mutual aid : why it is so important, what it looks like, and how to do it. It provides a grassroots theory of mutual aid, describes how mutual aid is a crucial part of powerful movements for social justice, and offers concrete tools for organizing, such as how to work in groups, how to foster a collective decision-making process, how to prevent and address conflict, and how to deal with burnout. Writing for those new to activism as well as those who have been in social movements for a long time, Dean Spade draws on years of organizing to offer a radical vision of community mobilization, social transformation, compassionate activism, and solidarity. Continue reading
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UC Clermont Library will be closed on Thursday November 25th and Friday November 26th for UC’s Thanksgiving Weekend Holiday. Regular hours (below) resume on Monday November 29th.
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UC Clermont Library will be closed on Monday, July 5th, in honor of the 4th of July Holiday. Normal hours will resume 10am-3pm Tuesday July 6th.
UC Clermont Library’s current summer hours are 10am-3pm Monday-Thursday, however, will be closed on Monday May 31st in observation of Memorial Day. We will be back to normal summer hours on Tuesday June 1st, 10am to 3pm. Enjoy the long weekend!
As the summer course session begins, UC Clermont Library would like remind the campus community that we will be open Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 3 pm, starting on Monday May third. Our chat service will be staffed Monday through Friday 10am to 3pm. Materials and technology checkouts continue to be available during these open hours. If you would like to request to check out a piece of technology over summer, you can do so via the online form here. Additionally, there is a return bin outside of the library that you can access at any time for book returns, but if you have technology like a laptop or iPad to return you can drop those off during open hours or make an appointment to drop off at another time. UC Clermont Library will be closed on Fridays throughout the summer.
Most students are taking classes virtually this semester, which means you’re probably also using the library virtually. Get to know our online library better by using this treasure hunt and you’ll be entered to win a prize from the UC Clermont Bookstore! Prize drawing will take place in November. Continue reading
At the start of this fall semester, UC Clermont Library hosted an online trivia tournament about the life of Rep. John Lewis. We would like to thank everyone who participated! We hope you had fun with it and learned a little something about this important civil rights icon! Below are the results and answers. Continue reading