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Stress Busters

A guide for the UGA Law School community to help bust the stress of exams.

LibGuide With A View

undefinedWelcome students!

When you have had enough studying and need a break, bust a little of your exam-related stress with these suggested activities. This guide collects many online versions of the stress busters you are used to in the library. We understand you may be missing the library reading room as a place to unwind, socialize, and really get some studying done in the coming weeks. We hope these resources will help bring what you love about the law library's physical space to your screen, wherever you are.

Fall 2020 Live Virtual Stress Busting Events:


Accountability Session

Date: Monday, December 7, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Location: Zoom (see email for links!)

Let's get together to get it done! Join me at 11am on Zoom, when we'll share with each other what we will work on for the next 50 minutes. When my timer goes off, we'll report back what we all were able to accomplish. 


Pet Therapy Zoom

Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 3:00pm to 3:30pm

Location: Zoom (see email for links!)

Please join us for the final Pet Therapy Zoom of the semester! The stars of the show will be all of our pets (aspiring therapy dogs, cats, plants, other - all are welcome!), but humans without pets should join as well! We are all going to miss those adorable pups in the Law Library Foyer this exam period, but we hope Zooming with our pets can be the next best thing. Feel free to pop in just for a minute, or stay for the entire half hour - up to you!


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