One Year in Tucson: Teaching and Healing

By Marcelo Rodríguez February 2022 meant that I have been at the University of Arizona’s College of Law Library in Tucson for one whole year. Although the pandemic has rendered the passing of time a mere illusion (more than usual!), I still think it’s a good moment to attempt to answer at least one ofContinue reading “One Year in Tucson: Teaching and Healing”

Return from the “Zoomiverse”: Post-pandemic Teaching in Academic Law Libraries

By Michael Muehe Disoriented, fatigued, uncertain, exhausted. It goes without saying that the last two years shook everything we do: how we work, socialize, learn, and teach. But in turn, compounded by demands for social and racial justice, the pandemic elevated inequity issues and other causes, and also offered a time for pause and reflection,Continue reading “Return from the “Zoomiverse”: Post-pandemic Teaching in Academic Law Libraries”