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Presentation for new student orientation at Emory Law School Fall 2010.

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  • 1. Communications Resources at Emory Law
  • 2. Communications Resources at Emory Law Ben Chapman Rachel Fox Katherine Brokaw
  • 3. Information Technology Help desk support for students, staff, and faculty Dan Ra Dell Jackson Classroom technology support Scott Andrews Corky Gallo Applications and services support Jason Knight Ben Chapman
  • 4. Desktop support Law school http://www.law.emory.edu/help/ 404-727-5321 University http://help.emory.edu 404-727-7777
  • 5. ELS support office FIFTH FLOOR LIBRARY ACROSS FROM THE ELEVATOR DOORS OFFICE M517 9-11:30AM 1:30-5PM MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY YOU MUST FILL OUT A HELP REQUEST AND YOU MUST AGREE TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  • 6. Wireless and Printing These are two most important services for you See the paper guides in the shelves next to the printers in the library. We have 51 wireless access points. Think about all the devices you have that are wireless. Turn a few off. Please.
  • 7. Other Tech Support
  • 8. Support Policies So many of you So few of Dan and Dell Key policies Maximum of 2 hours per support request You MUST provide all CD’s, DVD’s, etc. We do not install software and we can’t “share” software with you
  • 9. Back-up OR USE GOOGLE DOCS USE DROPBOX JUST USE SOMETHING
  • 10. Back-up OR USE GOOGLE DOCS USE DROPBOX JUST USE SOMETHING
  • 11. Back-up OR USE GOOGLE DOCS USE DROPBOX JUST USE SOMETHING
  • 12. Start building your online professional reputation now Did you ever have a MySpace/ Xanga/Livejournal, etc. page? How about Neopets? It’s time to clean it all up... get ruthless with Facebook, lose all those photos. Friend-lock everything. Image courtesy of Flickr user Mary-Lynn. Licensed under CC 2.0. Twitter? FourSquare? TFLN? Get busy cleaning...
  • 13. Hack Law School LifeHacker: http://lifehacker.com/ Mac Law Students: http://maclawstudents.com/ CALI: http://www.cali.org/ Google Reader: http://www.google.com/reader/ Atlanta: http://www.yelp.com/atlanta http://atlanta.craigslist.org
  • 14. Emory Law web-site HTTP://WWW.LAW.EMORY.EDU/ HTTP://WWW.LAW.EMORY.EDU/INTRANET/
  • 15. The most important page as a 1L Log in to the intranet Visit the registrar’s page You will find most of the information that you need as a student
  • 16. Other important resources University Blackboard: http://classes.emory.edu University Opus: http://opus.emory.edu Exams on computer: IT page on the intranet Mailing lists: watch for emails from faculty and staff via the University listserv server. Don’t discard them. Please.