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Faculty Resources: Teaching

Resources available from the Law Library for UofL Law School faculty

Law Library Services

Librarians can provide research sessions tailored to your class. Contact any librarian or email to schedule a session.

To schedule a library tour for your class, please contact Robin Harris.

To place items on reserve in the library for your classes, please contact Marian Carlson.


The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction provides several resources that can be integrated into the classroom, including online lessons and a free polling app. To create a new account contact Erin Gow.

Westlaw & TWEN

Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning

The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, based in Ekstrom Library, provides many excellent resources for teaching faculty across campus.

Technology in Teaching

Diverse & Accessible Course Design

Plagiarism Resources

Plagiarism is a breach of the Honor Code and a serious offense, however, it is often misunderstood by students. The following resources provide clear guidance to students to help them understand plagiarism, and include tools for identifying whether student work may be plagiarized.