Questions About Digital Study Aids?
Please contact the NCCU Law Library Reference Team with any questions about accessing or navigating the digital study aid collection.
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The NCCU Law Library subscribes to digital study aid collections available to NCCU Law students with their MyEOL username and password. The three digital study aid collections are:
Students are welcome to go directly to these study aid collections and browse the digital resources. Instructions for this process are in the box below.
However, we know many readers are more interested in locating study aids by topic than by publisher! With this in mind, we have created a list of digital study aids available to NCCU Law students organized by topic.
Use this guide to navigate to the legal topic you are interested in and review a list of relevant study aids. The hyperlink for each title leads you directly to the resource named! If you encounter issues when trying to access a resource, please log in to the appropriate study aid collection and then try clicking the link again.
Aspen Learning Library
The Aspen Learning Library provides access to digital study aids and options for reading offline. See the User Guide for more tips, including downloading books for offline use, passage highlighting, and note-taking. Study aid titles available in this digital collection include:
LexisNexis Digital Library
The LexisNexis Digital Library allows you to read eBooks online and download an app for offline reading. See the guides below for more tips, including downloading books for offlin euse, passage highlighting, and note-taking. Study aid titles available in this digital library:
West Academic Study Aids
The West Academic Study Aids Collection provides access to digital books, audiobooks, and video materials. By creating an account, students can highlight and take notes. Once you have accessed the platform via your MyEOL Username & Password, click “Create an Account” in the upper right-hand corner and follow the prompts to set up your account. Additional guides are available below. Study aid titles available in this digital collection include: