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Faculty Scholarship Support: Tech to Support Your Scholarship

The purpose of this guide is to assist law school faculty in the production and promotion of their scholarship.


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Tech Support for Your Scholarship
Faculty Scholarship Repository

TECH TO SUPPORT YOUR SCHOLARSHIP is a service that helps prevent link rot. Use it to preserve the online sources you cite and to make those records accessible to your readers enables scholars to create permanent records of the web sources they cite. "When a user creates a link, archives the referenced content and generates a link to an archived record of the page. Regardless of what may happen to the original source, the archived record will always be available through the link." The Bluebook supports the use of in Rule 18.2.1(d). The Ross-Blackley Law Library is a member of If you'd like to begin using in your scholarship to ensure online sources you cite remain available for readers, please contact Tara Mospan.

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Zotero is free reference management software that can help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. When it senses you are viewing a book, article, or other source online, it can automatically extract and save the information you need to create footnotes.


Meet with a Librarian via Zoom
The Meet with a Librarian service is for ASU law students. We offer one-on-one expert help that works around your schedule. You can meet with a Ross-Blakley Law Librarian at a time which is convenient for you. Librarians prepare ahead of time for your appointment based on your questions and needs. We can help you with the following and much more:

  • 1L memo & graduation paper assistance
  • Bluebook guidance
  • How to conduct a preemption check
  • Help choosing a paper topic
  • Feedback on your research strategies

You may make an appointment to Meet with a Librarian by filling out this form: Meet with a Librarian

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Use our email reference service to ask any question you might ask at the Law Library. Replies are usually sent within 24 hours.
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Give us a call  at (480) 965-6144.