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Saskatchewan Cases Database Tutorial Videos

March 16, 2015

By Alan Kilpatrick

I recently created a series of tutorial videos to assist with searching the Saskatchewan Cases Database.  You can watch the videos by clicking on the Library Tutorials button  on the right side of the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library homepage.  The videos demonstrate how to search the Saskatchewan Cases Database in a variety of ways:

• What is the Saskatchewan Cases Database? (1:46)
• Finding a Particular Case with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (2:32)
• Finding a Case of Unknown Name with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (2:39)
• Noting Up a Case with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (2:45)
• Noting Up a Statute with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (4:56)

What is the Saskatchewan Cases Database? (1) from Law Society of Sask Library on Vimeo.

Finding a Particular Case with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (2) from Law Society of Sask Library on Vimeo.

Finding a Case of Unknown Name with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (3) from Law Society of Sask Library on Vimeo.

Noting Up a Case with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (4) from Law Society of Sask Library on Vimeo.

Noting Up a Statute with the Saskatchewan Cases Database (5) from Law Society of Sask Library on Vimeo.

The library will continue to develop new tutorial videos for other online resources.  Please let us know what you think about these videos and if you have any suggestions.

(Reposted from Legal Sourcery)

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