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Law Library Guide: Welcome

Research in Law

Library Information

Summer Library Hours

Mon - Thurs             8:00am -- 9:00pm
Friday                       8:00am -- 4:00pm
Saturday                  CLOSED
Sunday                    12:00pm -- 6:00pm

 

319-368-6465

library@mtmercy.edu

What's New at Busse


Discover Google Scholar

Google Scholar indexes only scholarly materials on the web.  It primarily includes journal articles, books, theses, and dissertations. If an item is full-text on the web, the pdf link will appear on the right.

Google Scholar is particularly useful as a citation index.  Put in the title of a particularly useful article and expand your search by discovering the other articles that have cited your original article. Check the number of times an article has been cited to help identify important articles in the field.

To link to Mount Mercy’s full-text articles from Google Scholar, click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the Scholar page. Click on LIBRARY LINKS on the left. Search for MOUNT MERCY UNIVERSITY and put a check in Mount Mercy’s box. Click SAVE.

To export the Google Scholar citations to RefWorks, click on the gear icon in the upper right, click on SCHOLAR SETTINGS, and in the BIBLIOGRAPHY MANAGER area click the “Show links to import citations into” button and choose “RefWorks.”

Welcome

Welcome to Mount Mercy University and Busse Library! 

This guide is designed to assist undergraduate, accelerated, and graduate students with law research. 

To access many of our databases, you need to Activate your Library Account. After activating your account, you can sign on to the databases in this LibGuide, using your ID number as your username.

For further information about the library's services or research assistance, please contact Kristy Raine, the library consultant for law studies.

WorldCat

 

Ebsco

Ebsco databases
Limit Your Results
 
 
 
 

Google Scholar

RefWorks

Busse Library now has a subscription to RefWorks, citation manager software. RefWorks is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store, generate, and share citations and bibliographies. APA, MLA, and Chicago styles are all supported. You will need to create your personal RefWorks account. Go to http://www.refworks.com/refworks