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Other Resources on Campus - Part 2

Posted by Library Blog on 03/11/2015 at 11:45 AM

In Larry L. Teply’s Successfully Competing in U.S. Moot Court Competitions, the author recommends practicing oral arguments with a partner or by recording the practice session. If you are competing in a moot court competition this Spring and want to follow Teply’s advice, you might be interested to know that (free!) resources exist on the RWU campus to assist you.

Source Library of CongressRecording equipment is available to law students through RWU’s Media Services Department for checkout at the Media∙Tech desk located on the first floor of the University Library.  Available equipment includes: Video cameras, tripods, still cameras, USB microphones, LCD projectors, document cameras, slide projectors, laptops and audio recorders. Requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance and, if you need support learning to use the equipment, that can also be arranged!

To request a camera, call 401-254-3157 or email Media Services at mediaservices@rwu.edu. When you go to pick up the equipment at the University Library, you must first register your ID card with that library. If you have any questions about what is available or how the lending program works, contact us at lawlibraryhelp@rwu.edu or stop by!