Information Technology

The Information Technology department at Emory Law oversees the technological infrastructure that allows faculty, students, and staff to be productive and creative partners in the field of legal education. We manage the computing hardware and software used at the law school, classroom technology, and we also partner with the university at-large to meet other technology needs of our community.

Emory Law boasts a robust network environment with more than 50 wireless access points as well as a gigabit Ethernet wired network. Emory Law IT supports approximately 200 Mac and Windows computers  and we provide desktop troubleshooting support for about 1,100 individuals.

Emory Resource: Microsoft Office

As an Emory Law community member, you may install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook for free on up to 5 Macs, PCs, and tablets. These applications are available to you as long as you are at Emory Law. For access and installation instructions please click here »

The Emory Law IT unit and help desk staff assists law school students, staff, and faculty with technology-related issues.

If you need classroom technology help, please visit the Classroom Technology section (below).

You can get help in one of four ways:

  • Visit the University IT Knowledge Base to see if your issue is posted with a resolution. Or visit our FAQ section for information specific to Emory Law.
  • Submit an email request for help to lawhelp@emory.edu.
  • Submit an online request to the Service Management portal.
  • Call 404.727.7777 from 7 a.m.—6 p.m., Monday—Friday.
  • Visit us for walk-up service at the MacMillan Law Library service desk on the main floor of the library from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday—Friday.

Emory University Services

  • Office 365 Email: use Office 365 to check your Emory email. Remember, the address is http://email.emory.edu/ »
  • MyPassword: to change your password, email address alias, or check your spam filter.
  • OPUS: to check your student information and add money to your EmoryCard.
  • Emory is transitioning to Canvas as its learning management platform. Most law classes will continue to use Blackboard this fall; however, a few may used Canvas. Check with your professor as to which system (if any) they are using. To log in to Canvas or Blackboard, visit http://classes.emory.edu.
  • University Knowledge Base: to check the University Knowledge Base for solutions to common computing issues.
  • Visit Student Digital Life to get an overview of student computing services available at Emory.

You must connect to EmoryUnplugged for wireless access, not Emory Guest. EmoryGuest does not work with our exam software.

Follow these instructions to configure common laptops and mobile devices. You may also be prompted to install the Bradford tool – this is a legitimate additional security layer for the Emory network.

 

The default printing setting is two-sided for both Windows and Mac users.

Print Costs

Law_B_W

  • $.08/page single-sided
  • $.12/page double-sided

Law_Color

  • $.50/page single-sided
  • $.75 for back page double-sided

Windows Users

  1. Visit it.emory.edu/software and select “Software Express.” 
  2. Login using your Emory netID and password.
  3. NOTE: You will probably see warnings asking you to agree to the software license agreements on software express. Please select “Agree” down below.
  4. Under Microsoft Windows download the EaglePrint.exe and double click to install the Student Printers.
  5. Verify printers are installed by going to Start, then Devices and Printers. You will see EaglePrint_BW and EaglePrint_Color if you've successfully installed.

Mac Users

  1. Visit it.emory.edu/software and select “Software Express"
  2. Login using your Emory netID and password
  3. NOTE: You will probably see warnings asking you to agree to the software license agreements on software express. Please select “Agree” down below.
  4. Under Apple Macintosh download the EaglePrint.dmg and double click to install the Student Printers.
  5. Go to the Finder sidebar and click on “EaglePrint" in the Devices section.
  6. Click “EaglePrint.pkg" to install the print software. You will need to click "OK" a few times, and you will need to supply your Mac password in order to install the software. You should receive a message that installation was successful.
  7. If you go to System Preferences, and then Printers and Scanners, you will see EaglePrint_BW and EaglePrint_Color after a successful installation.

If you wish to receive Emory emails to your smart device, you must adhere to the mandatory security policy.

The policy will force you to set a passcode on your device and will be able to remote-wipe your device after ten failed attempts to unlock your device.

More information on the security policy can be found at http://it.emory.edu/security/smart_device/index.html »

Click here to view the instructions on how to connect your IOS or Android device to Emory Email »


To Install McAfee for Mac

  1. Go to software.emory.edu/express and log in with your Emory credentials.
  2. In the Macintosh Software section, you will see Emory McAfee 0.8 Student.
  3. Download and run the file.

To Install McAfee for Windows

  1. Go to software.emory.edu/express and log in with your Emory credentials.
  2. In the Windows software section, you will see McAfeeVSE88 std.
  3. Download and run the file.
  4. Choose "Student" in the dropdown list during the installation.

Connecting from Windows

There are always two steps to getting access to shared folders on the law school file server. First, you have to get connected to the Emory network (either from off-campus or via EmoryUnplugged), and second, you have to access the particular path to your folders.

Connecting from off-campus

If you wish to connect from off-campus (home, café, etc.), you will have to establish a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection into the Emory network. A VPN connection essentially mimics your connection as if you were on campus.

  • If you have not connected before, click here for instructions » 
  • Once you have successfully established a connection, see instructions below in "Accessing your folders."

On-campus users must be using EmoryUnplugged

If you are on campus, you must be connected to EmoryUnplugged before following the instructions. If you are not connected to EmoryUnplugged yet, click here for instructions »  

Accessing your folders

  1. Click "Start."
  2. In the "Search programs and files" folder, copy and paste the appropriate path from the list below.
    • For ELJ, EILR, BDJ, and ECGAR, use this path link:  \\nasn2ac.eu.emory.edu\lawstudents
    • For Barton, Turner, and Moot Court, use this path link:  \\nasn2ac.eu.emory.edu\lawfacstaff
    • You will see the sub-folders to which you have been granted access.
  3. Wait for the log-in box to appear, and then carefully enter your credentials as follows:
    • Enter EMORYUNIVAD\YOUR NETID, for example: EMORYUNIVAD\dra 
    • Password: YOUR EMORY PASSWORD
    • CHECK "Remember my credentials"
  4. If you successfully log in, you will see your folder (or folders) appear. To create a shortcut to a shared folder, drag the folder icon to your desktop. This works for any folder.

Connecting from Mac OS X

There are always two steps to getting access to shared folders on the law school file server. First, you have to get connected to the Emory network (either from off-campus or via EmoryUnplugged), and second, you have to access the particular path to your folders.

Connecting from off-campus

If you wish to connect from off-campus (home, cafe, etc.), you will have to establish a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection into the Emory network. A VPN connection essentially mimics your connection as if you were on campus.

  • If you have not connected before, click here for instructions » 
  • Once you have successfully established a connection, see instructions below in "Accessing your folders."

On-campus users must be using EmoryUnplugged

If you are on campus, you must be connected to EmoryUnplugged before following the instructions. If you are not connected to EmoryUnplugged yet, click here for instructions »  

Accessing your folders

  1. In Finder, click "Go."
  2. Click "Connect to Server" or press "Command+K."
  3. Copy and paste the appropriate path from the list below. Click on the "+" button to save the path to Favorite Servers.
    • For ELJ, EILR, BDJ, and ECGAR, use this link: smb://nasn2ac.eu.emory.edu/lawstudents
    • For Barton, Turner, and Moot Court, use this link:  smb://nasn2ac.eu.emory.edu/lawfacstaff
  4. Click "Connect."
  5. Wait for the log-in box to appear. Carefully enter your credentials as follows:
    • Connect as: Registered User
    • Name: emoryunivad\YOUR NETID
    • Password: YOUR EMORY PASSWORD
    • Select "Remember this password in my keychain"
  6. Click "Connect."

Recommendations

Emory Law School requires students to own a computer system. Most students choose to buy a laptop computer. The Law School is equipped with a high-speed wireless network and most faculty members permit students to use laptop computers to take notes during class. Almost all students write their exams on laptop computers. When considering the purchase of a laptop computer for law school it's important that you consider the following items:

Apple Notebook

We recommend the MacBook Air or Pro with the following minimum specs:

  • Intel i5 processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • latest Operating system (currently El Capitan)
  • Microsoft Office 365 download here
  • 3 year AppleCare Protection Plan: Apple store Lenox Square: (404) 926-3085

Windows Notebook

While there are a number of PC manufacturers, our preferred PC computer is a Dell laptop. We strongly recommend that the minimum specifications be as below:

  • Intel i5 processor, maximum speed available
  • 8GB RAM
  • Windows 10
  • Microsoft Office 365 download here
  • A MINIMUM 3 year (preferably on-site) warranty

Tips for using your computer at Emory Law School

  • Bring the original restore disks that came with your computer with you to Atlanta. We can't help you restore your system unless you have them. If your computer didn't come with restore disks, then it probably has a restore partition. There is a utility provided by the manufacturer that will enable you to restore your system or create restore disks. Use that utility to create a restore DVD or similar.
  • Back up your documents frequently! We really mean this - get a thumb drive or an external hard drive and use it. Sign up for a Dropbox account or get familiar with GoogleDocs.

CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials provided by the nonprofit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. There are over 800 lessons to help you study 32 different legal subject areas at cali.org. CALI Lessons have a new look and are compatible with tablets and smartphones like iPads and iPhones. Details of CALI Lesson upgrades are here: http://bit.ly/njkx9P » Lessons are completely free for our law students. CALI tutorials are great for mastering course material during the semester and for studying for exams. When you register for the first time at cali.org, use the Emory Law School authorization code to create your user account.

The Emory Law authorization code is EMORYUSTU68. It's not case sensitive. You only need to use this authorization code the first time you register. You can find registration instructions here: http://www.cali.org/faq/7886 and a two-minute video walk-through here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYNdnDy9yKQ »

You can quickly and easily transfer funds to your account by logging into OPUS » Go to "Finances" and click "Make an EmoryCard Deposit." Your deposit will normally post to your EmoryCard within one hour!

But I'm working for a professor as an RA this year; how do I print for them?

Simple! You'll still need to fill out a proxy/RA form for the use, but if you need to print or make copies for a professor, simply take your files on a thumbdrive or the materials you need copied to IST, and they'll do the work and bill it to the professor's account. We'll make sure they have a list of all student RAs and which professor they're working for.

But I'm on journal this year; how does that work?

Rather than a separate journal log-in, each journal will have a dedicated user card kept at the desk so when you're ready to print you can just go check out the card from the desk. These cards may not leave the law library, so if you're doing work at other libraries on campus, please save your work and print it here (this will enable everyone who needs to print for journal work to do so with minimal delays).

But I lost my ID last year, so I don't have one . . . 

You'll need to get a replacement from the Emory Card Office. Since you need your ID for printing and building access, you'll want to get the replacement as soon as possible.

How to add money to Emory card with a credit card

1. Go to https://www.onecard.emory.edu/1Card/Account/LogOn »

2. Click Account settings a. Create Pin

3. Enter Emory ID twice a. 7 Digit Emory ID # (Student Id number) b. EMPL ID # (enter your Id number again)

4. Enter new pin a. Minimum of 7 characters using both numbers & letters

5. Click create pin

6. Click add cash & complete information

7. Next screen Enter credit card info

8. You’re done!

The Blackboard web page doesn't display correctly on some mobile devices, like the iPad. We recommend that you download and install the Blackboard mobile client for your phone or tablet.

It's free and the instructions are here: http://it.emory.edu/blackboard »

Please make sure you are on campus and connected to EmoryUnplugged!

Windows Users

Instructions are based on Windows 8.

1. In Start Screen, press "Windows key+R." The Run dialog box will appear.

2. Type: \\vmch-002.eu.emory.edu 

3. Double click on the printer you wish to connect to. Refer to the table below for information.

NameDescription and Location
LAW-LIB-ELJ-BWELJ Office
LAW-LIB-JOURNALJournals Suite
LAW-NDB-BW1Barton Clinic black/white
LAW-NDB-COLORBarton Clinic color
LAW-NDB-BW3JDC Office

Mac Users

Instructions are based on Mountain Lion.

1. Go to System Preferences, and then Print & Scan. Make sure the preference pane is unlocked.

2. Click on the plus sign to add a printer.

3. Right-click on the toolbar and select "Customize Toolbar."

Mac print set up image

4. Drag the Advanced item into the toolbar next to Windows and click "Done."

Mac print set up step 2

5. Click "Advanced," wait for options to load, and select LDP/LPR Host or Printer type.

6. Fill in the appropriate fields with the information below.

NameLocationURL (after ldp://)Driver/Software
LAW-LIB-ELJ-BWELJ Office
vmch-002.eu.emory.edu/law-lib-elj-bw
HP Laserjet 4200
LAW-LIB-JOURNALJournals Suitevmch-002.eu.emory.edu/law-lib-journalsHP Laserjet 4200
LAW-NDB-BW1Barton Clinicvmch-002.eu.emory.edu/law-ndb-bw1HP Laserjet 4200
LAW-NDB-COLORBarton Clinicvmch-002.eu.emory.edu/law-ndb-colorHP Color Laserjet CP1510
LAW-NDB-BW3JDC Officevmch-002.eu.emory.edu/law-HP Laserjet 4240

Emory Law provides a forward-thinking classroom environment where faculty and students have access to a variety of teaching technologies. Our classroom technology team is always interested in evolving technologies and are available to discuss their integration into the existing classroom model.

Location: M518 (5th floor MacMillan Law Library)

Office Hours: Mon–Fri 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To request service for a classroom, please email law-classtech@law.emory.edu »

Scott Andrews, Director of Classroom Technology

404.727.1710 (office)
404.561.6062 (cell)

Classroom Recording: All law school classrooms are equipped with the ability to record audio + computer screen capture. Requests must be approved by a faculty member or, in certain cases, by student organization directors or law school administrators.  The recording will be scheduled and, after processing, uploaded to the Echo360 server. Some professors have requested that the recordings be connected to their Blackboard page.  Otherwise they’re directed to Emory Law Make-up Classes »  If you have any problem accessing, contact us at law-classtech@law.emory.edu »

Video Conferencing: The law school utilizes IP-based video conferencing.  Please give one week notice so that proper testing can be done with the far-end site.  Please use this Wufoo request form.

Skype: We can set-up a webcam for Skype in any of the classrooms.  The user should have a free Skype account, and must add the Skype user on the far end as a contact.

Audio Conferencing: We have conference phones available.  Rooms with phone lines are 5G, 1F, G114, G575 and M501  If you are audio conferencing with more than a single location, you will need to request access to one of the university bridges by calling the switchboard at 404-727-6123.

Classroom 1B View

Classroom 1B

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector with technology podium
  • Touchpanel control (see touchpanel control instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 1C Image

Classroom 1C Image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted project with technology podium
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code; see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Document camera
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

  • Control Panel may be asleep. Touch it to wake it up.  You will be prompted to enter the code.  This will power up the projector, lower the screen, and unlock the podium doors.
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All the typical programs are loaded.
  • There is a USB cable coming out of the top of the podium to plug your flash drive into.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop connection, and a document camera.
  • Power Down:press"Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will raise the screen, power down the projector, and lock the podium doors. Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 1D Image

Classroom 1D Image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium 
  • Touchscreen control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection 
  • DVD player
  • Document camera
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (no password needed).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: there is no password, just hit ENTER.
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD, cable TV
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 1E Image

Classroom 1E image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD player
  • Document camera
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

  • Control panel may be asleep. Touch it to wake it up. You will be prompted to enter the code. This will power up the projector, lower the screen, and unlock the podium doors. (Contact us for code.)
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All the typical programs are loaded. There is a USB cable coming out of the top of the podium to plug your flash drive into.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop connection, and a document camera.
  • Power Down: press "Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will raise the screen, power down the projector, and lock the podium doors. Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 1F image

Classroom 1F image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector & plasma screen w/technology podium
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connections at counsel tables
  • Telestrator screen illustration technology
  • Interactive monitors at witness & judge
  • DVD/VHS player
  • Document damera
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

  • Control panel may be asleep. Touch it to wake it up. You will be prompted to enter the code. This will power up the projector and plasma TV, lower the screen, and unlock the podium doors. (Contact us for code.)
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All the typical programs are loaded. There is a USB cable coming out of the top of the podium to plug your flash drive into.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop connection, and a document camera.
  • Power Down: press "Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will raise the screen, power down the projector, and lock the podium doors. Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5A image

Classroom 5A image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium 
  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Ceiling speakers
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Portable podcast recording equipment upon request

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5B image

Classroom 5B image

Technology

  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection 
  • DVD/VHS
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5C image

Classroom 5C image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium
  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5D

Classroom 5D image

Classroom 5D image

Technology

  • Touchscreen projection monitor w/technology podium
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code; see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer/wireless keyboard
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Powerpoint clicker
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Portable podcast recording equipment upon request

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5E image

Classroom 5E image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium  
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code; see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Document camera
  • Wireless microphone & PowerPoint clicker
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All of the typical programs are loaded. There is a USB cable coming out of the top of the podium to plug your flash drive into.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop, and a document camera.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED. Press "Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will power down the projector and lock the podium doors.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5F image

Classroom 5F image

Technology

  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Ceiling speakers
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Ceiling-mounted camera for podcast recording
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Electricity at each seat

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake in up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5G image

Classroom 5G image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium 
  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Powerpoint clicker
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Telephone jack: 404-712-0035
  • Portable podcast recording equipment upon request

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Classroom 5K image

Classroom 5K image

Technology

  • Ceiling-mounted projector w/technology podium 
  • Touchpanel control (see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS
  • Ceiling speakers
  • Powerpoint clicker
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Portable podcast recording equipment upon request

Touchscreen Control

There's a small black Touchpanel box on the top of podium.

  • Press "Display On" to power up projector (see instructions/password on podium).
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake in up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • You have a number of choices on the Touchpanel: PC, laptop, DVD/VHS.
  • POWER DOWN PROJECTOR WHEN FINISHED.
  • Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Conference Room G114 image

Technology

  • 70" flat panel monitor 1080P
  • Built-in PC computer
  • Wireless keyboard & mouse
  • HDMI connection & mini-display port adapter for Mac
  • Built-in speaker
  • Laptop connection
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Phone line (404.712.9383)

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

G575 image

G575 image

G575 image

Technology

  • Dual projectors & screens w/technology podium 
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code; see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS player
  • Document camera
  • Audioconference system (404.712.1419)
  • Podium microphone
  • 2 wireless handheld microphones
  • 1 wireless lavalier microphone
  • 4 tabletop microphones
  • Ceiling speakers
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling-mounted camera
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Telephone

Touchscreen Control

  • Control panel may be asleep. Touch it to wake it up. You will be prompted to enter the code. This will power up the projector, lower the screen, and unlock the podium doors. (Contact us for code.)
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All the typical programs are loaded. There are USB ports for your flash drive on top of the podium and on the sides of the monitor.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop connection, and a document camera. You also have the option of showing a second screen with a separate source.
  • Power Down: press "Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will raise the screen, power down the projector, and lock the podium doors. Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

Tull Auditorium

Tull Auditorium

Tull Auditorium

Technology

  • Dual-lamp projector w/technology podium 
  • Touchscreen control (contact us for code; see instructions below)
  • Built-in computer w/flash drive cabling
  • Laptop connection
  • DVD/VHS player
  • Document camera
  • Podium microphone
  • 2 wireless handheld microphones
  • 2 wireless lavalier microphones
  • 6 tabletop microphones
  • PowerPoint clicker
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling-mounted camera
  • Webcasting capabilities
  • Wireless Internet access

Touchscreen Control

  • Control Panel may be asleep. Touch it to wake it up. You will be prompted to enter the code. This will power up the projector, lower the screen, and unlock the podium doors. (Contact us for code.)
  • Computer may be asleep. Press mouse or keyboard to wake it up.
  • Press CTRL-ALT-DEL.
  • Username: classroom.
  • Password: (see instructions/password on podium).
  • All the typical programs are loaded. There are USB ports for your flash drive on top of the podium and on the sides of the monitor.
  • Sources: You also have a VHS/DVD player, a laptop connection, and a document camera. You also have the option of showing a second screen with a separate source.
  • Power Down: press "Room Shutdown" on the touchscreen. This will raise the screen, power down the projector, and lock the podium doors. Computer will go to sleep. Do not power off.

Scott Andrews is responsible for classroom technology operations. He can be reached on his cell phone at 404.561.6062 if you are having a problem.
Corky Gallo can be reached at 404.727.5310 or 404.987.5152.

We provide limited assistance with student laptops (Windows and Mac OS). Because of the huge variations in computer systems and installed software, we can only spend a maximum of two hours per incident on student laptops.

We do not do hardware repairs or replacements. Please contact your manufacturer regarding hardware repairs, or visit a third-party IT support service such as Onyx Consulting located in downtown Decatur.

We will only spend a maximum of two hours per incident on student laptops.

  • The student acknowledges that he or she has backed up any and all data before relinquishing the laptop to the desktop support specialist.
  • The student hereby assumes all risk of loss from any and all causes or in any way related to or resulting from the repair or service by the Emory Law desktop support specialist.
  • The student must be currently enrolled and the owner of the laptop for repair.
  • Upon request, the student must provide any relevant and official recovery or operating system discs for reinstallation.
  • Any antivirus software other than the university-provided McAfee AntiVirus Solution may be removed. McAfee may be installed and updated.
  • The student must remove any p2p/file-sharing/torrenting software (i.e. Limewire, Vuze, uTorrent), as it poses a high security risk.
  • Any third-party firewall application will be uninstalled and Windows Firewall service will be utilized.
  • A suite of anti-spyware/malware and maintenance software may be installed, including Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and CCleaner.
  1. Use of all Computer Lab equipment is limited to current Emory Law students, faculty, staff, and guests. Use by other persons is strictly prohibited.
  2. Computers are for use of current law students only and are password protected. Each student will be issued a Network ID ("NetID") and password by the University Technology Services Department. Students may not disclose their passwords to any other persons.
  3. The Computer Lab is generally open when the library is open and closes 15 minutes before the library closes.
  4. Computers are available on a first come, first served basis. Computers may not be saved or reserved in advance for individual use. Lab staff members are authorized to make any computer that is unattended for more than fifteen minutes available to another user.
  5. Students may not tamper with the networked lab printers or attempt to add paper or toner.
  6. Lab software that is copyrighted may not be copied. Students may not install any software program or utility on any lab computer nor tamper with, alter, or delete any software program or utility from any lab computer.
  7. Files saved to the local hard drive ("Drive C:\") are subject to deletion without notice. Most lab PCs are equipped with CD "burners" that permit students to save their data to recordable media. Alternatively, students may save their data to USB memory devices or to web-based services. Students are responsible for providing their own memory devices, recordable media, or accounts on web-based file-saving services.
  8. In the event of problems with software or equipment visit the Emory computing support web-site (http://help.emory.edu) or notify the Computer Support Desk (404.727.7777) immediately.
  9. The lab computers have virus protection. It is highly recommended that all users install virus protection software on their personal computers. The university licenses antivirus software for use by the Emory community. For details on downloading the antivirus software, please see the law school website and the university's IT websites.
  10. Violation of any policy, misuse or abuse of equipment, or abuse of lab staff members will be reported to the Dean of Student Affairs and may result in suspension or revocation of lab privileges as well as other penalties.

Use of the law school's e-mail and Internet services is a privilege and comes with the responsibility to respect the rights of other users and the rights of the law school and the university. Law school users are subject to the university's Policy on Information Technology Use (see http://policies.emory.edu/5.1).

Violations of these policies may result in suspension of privileges, initiation of formal university disciplinary procedures, or in extreme cases, criminal prosecution under federal or state law. For policy questions regarding the law school's electronic resources, submit a help request by visiting http://help.emory.edu or by contacting the Assistant Dean for Information Technology »