Guess the Book

Look at the book cover and guess the title of the banned book. Use the answer sheet to submit answers. Highest score will win $15 Starbucks e-giftcard. *Only TTU Law students are eligible for prize. In case of a tie for high score, the earliest submission with the highest score will be the winner. Contest open until 4 pm, Wednesday, April 22.

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Favorite Book Matching Game

Celebrate National Library Week with a book matching game. Match the Library staff with their favorite book. Fill out the answer sheet and submit it. Highest scorer wins a $15 Starbucks e-card. *Only TTU Law students are eligible for prize. In case of a tie for high score, the earliest submission with the highest score will be the winner. Contest open until 4 pm, Tuesday, April 21.

Books

A. The Greek Myths by Robert Graves
B. Wicked by Gregory Maguire
C. The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching: Transforming Suffering into Peace, Joy, and  Liberation. by Thich Nhat Hanh   
D. Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys 
E. Why I Wake Early: New Poems by Mary Oliver
F. Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout  
G. My Big Race! by Roger Audet
H. Scythe (1) (Arc of a Scythe) by Neal Shusterman 
I. The Hidden Lives of Tudor Women: A Social History by Elizabeth Norton
J. The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

Library Staff

Professor Jamie Baker                                     
Ms. Sherry Coffman                                  
Professor Alyson Drake                          
Ms. Amanda Kitten                              
Ms. Faith Garrett
Ms. Sue Kelleher                                  
Ms. Briana Moody
Ms. Barbara Moreno                               
Professor Dajiang Nie                             
Professor Janeen Williams                      

Working From Home

Working or studying from home can be a challenge when you are accustomed to going to the University on weekdays. Below are some tips on how to make your workday as productive as possible.

  • Plan for the day-According to Google’s productivity expert, having a plan for the day is essential. She suggests drafting a flexible schedule the night before with critical tasks that you want to complete the next day. The plan helps to ensure you are getting work done.  
  • Seek out quiet spaces-People with a partner, roommates, or kids will need to find a quiet place to work. Consider setting up your work area in a room with a door or in a low traffic area of the house. The quiet works space will prevent unexpected noise during study/work times and conference calls. Try to create a study environment that is distraction-free (or as free from distraction as possible). Attics, basements, and guest bedrooms are all great options.
  • Take care of yourself-Try out some home workouts. Get a good night’s sleep, and for goodness sake, wash your hands!

Visit our remote services guide for more suggestions.

Online Study Aid access

Study aids are available online! Study aids, like Examples and Explanations and Emanuel CrunchTime, are available on the Wolters Kluwer platform. West Academic has Nutshells and Gilbert Law Summaries.

For questions about how to access books, call 806-742-3957 or email circulation.law@ttu.edu.

For research or reference questions, call 806-742-7155 or email reference.law@ttu.edu.