Want to find readings for your Spring 2011 courses? Need to learn how to find your course management software, be it TWEN or Georgetown Law’s own Courseware? Looking for past exams? Need help researching a topic or finding a good hornbook?
The Library has created a list of links for all of the course materials available online and in the law library, as well as the library’s specialized research tools. The list is available below and on the Library’s Student page.
Here are a few selected links for the start of the semester.
- First Week Reading Assignments (posted by Faculty Support)
- Course Materials Distribution — also known as Article Works provided by Faculty Support. Faculty often post syllabi and course readings through this service.
Course Management Systems
Georgetown Law faculty may use one of two types of course management web-based software. Below are links for both:
- Georgetown Law Courseware
- TWEN Courseware
- A Westlaw password is needed to access TWEN. The Library issued Westlaw passwords during Library Orientation.
- Tutorial on How to Add a Class on TWEN
Course Materials from the Library
Below are a few of the specialized research tools the law library has created to help you succeed in your courses and other scholarly pursuits.