Do you have a smartphone or tablet? If so, have you integrated it into your studying and research?
With the help of apps specifically designed to aid academic research and boost productivity, you can make your smartphone or tablet a vital component of your law school career. Our latest research guide will help you find the best apps for your legal research projects. From the newest apps by LexisNexis and Westlaw to help you find materials on the go, to the HeinOnline app that provides access to the full range of Hein databases, to the new Library of Congress iPad app that allows you to read the daily Congressional Record, these apps will help you find materials and read them whether you are in the hall between classes, on the bus or on your couch at home. Also included are a host of productivity apps that can help you to increase your efficiency and to use your smartphone or tablet in more settings. And, we haven’t forgotten about fun either! You’ll also find apps that help you to plan your next study break or help you to keep up on music and sport scores while you study. So check out the guide, and let us know if you think we forgot any great apps.
2 thoughts on “Use Your Smartphone or Tablet for Legal Research”
This guide is AWESOME. Thanks so much for putting it together for us!
Glad you like it! Keep checking back or follow the guide’s RSS feed because we will be adding more apps as they become available. And, let me know if you thinks the guide is missing any great apps.
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