Answered By: Merle Slyhoff
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2020     Views: 1212

Does Biddle have any study aids? 

Biddle has a number of resources available to help you study for exams or to get a better understanding of your coursework!

Best Bet: West Academic Study Aids Digital Collection​ 

Provides access to publicaions from West Academic, Foundation Press and Gilbert. Series include: Academic Success, Acing Series, Black Letter Outlines, Career Guides, Concise Hornbook, E-Flash cards, Exam Pro series, Law Stories series, Gilbert Law Summaries, High Court Case Summaries, Nutshell series, Sum & Substance Quick Reviews, and Turning Point.

Collection can be searched by keyword, subject area, series or type. Registering an account is not required, but with an account, users can download books, print, take notes and highlight text.Titles can be browsed by legal subject area. Audio available for lectures and some books. With an account, users can also download the app and access content offline on their mobile devices.

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Biddle also has the following series in print: 

You can search for specific titles in LOLA, the library catalog. But this can be a little cumbersome --for example, if you just want to see all of the library's study aids on torts that are available. 

All of the current editions of study aids are in shelving behind the Reference Desk and are arranged by subject. These materials cannot be taken from the library. You can check the title in the library catalog to see if there is an earlier edition available in Biddle's open stacks or Lewis (ask at Circulation) that you can check out.  

Don't forget some other study tools available:

Always, feel free to contact us with any questions: chat, email, call 215-898-7853 or stop by the Reference Desk.