The Law Library has several copies of "The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation", 20th ed. on Reserve
Here are some additional resources:
Citation Checking Tools and WordProcessing Tools
Westlaw's Drafting Assistant - this software tool from Westlaw is an automated citation checking tool that verifies the status of citations in your legal document or in a citations list that you create manually. The software download is available at http://drafting.westlaw.com - you'll need your Westlaw password (OnePass) to gain access.
Lexis® for Microsoft® Office - Complimentary software that provides seamless access to Lexis Advance research, the open web, and citation tools from within your Microsoft® Word documents.
Oyez - From ITT Chicago-Kent School of Law - Searchable archive of United States Supreme Court Oral Argument Recordings
Supreme Court of the United States dockets, calendar, oral arguments (transcripts and video) and briefs.
Westlaw Video Tutorials - there are 10 videos here that will allow you to brush up on everything from using boolean connectors to finding cases and statutes to using folders.
Bloomberg Video Tutorials - a vast array of videos from Bloomberg basics (how to search Bloomberg) to prepare for practice videos (preparing you for summer associate work in different areas including litigation).
LexisAdvance Tutorials - goes through a series of tutorials that show you how to best use the features of the LexisAdvance system
LexisLearn - a series of videos that were designed to be companions to a Research and Writing class. These videos use a scenario to show you how to find and use cases and statutes using LexisAdvance and then give you quizzes after each module. Because it is treated like a class I have set it up as "Moot Court" under my name (Zago). I have selected modules 1-7 and 11. If you feel you need Administrative Law or Legislative History I can add those in too. Just let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org