This is the first in a four part series blog post spotlighting Jones McClure Publishing’s O’Connor’s Online.
O’Connor’s Online provides access to user-friendly law books geared toward the practicing lawyer. O’Connor says everything they publish–commentaries, codes, forms–is designed to simplify the daily practice of lawyers in the real world. O’Connor’s prints books and provides online resources.
Access to O’Connor’s Online is available by creating an account with your Texas Tech email address at https://www.oconnors.com/lawschool.
Below is a view of the the O’Connor’s homepage.
O’Connor’s has resources available online and in print. Their online resources include Reading-First Design which includes search results, table of contents, and side-by-side reading panel for easy access and viewing; Filtered Searching with a fully searchable online library; and Personalized Content that you can highlight, bookmark, and make notes.
Below is a view of the resources available online.
After you log in, you will be directed to the home page. On the left side of the home page, you can view your history. In the middle of the home page, you can browse different topics. On the far right of the page, you can view your Recently Added to My Content and tutorials on how to use the online resources.
Below is a view of the home page after you log into your account.
After you create and log in to your account, you can find very helpful information in a wide variety of subjects. The websites has codified law, flowcharts, forms, and timetables.
Below is an example of one of the flowcharts available online.
Access to O’Connor’s online is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.