student services-electronic services
The Law Library's Electronic Services department offers College of Law students a wide variety of resources and services.
There is one Electronic Services Assitant in the Electronic Services office who can help with electronic resource issues. Electronic Services Assitant hours are posted on the door of 109P.
The phone number for the Electronic Services office is: 520.626.2613.
The computer lab consists of twenty-four (24) computers: fifteen (15) inside the lab room, and nine (9) just outside the lab. Because of limited rsources, these computers are only available for use by college of law students.
There are fourteen (14) public computers available for use by anyone. College of law students can logon to these computers and have access to the same software that is available on the lab computers.
College of Law Network
There are several ways students can access the College of Law network: ethernet card, wireless LAN card, and dial-up. Dataports are available in the Law Library and the entire College of Law has wireless LAN coverage. Students must register their network cards to access the network. Due to limited resources wireless LAN access is restricted to College of Law students only.
Student User Accounts
Each college of law student is given a student user account. This allows them to access the computer lab computers, an email account, hard drive space on the College of Law network, and free 56k dial-up service to the Internet.
Electronic Services will assist law studeents with network connectivity problems that may arise regarding access to the the College of Law network. This includes the installation and configuration of network cards, and dial-up services.
Electronic Services offers software support for all software that is installed on the computer lab computers. Due to limited resources we cannot offer support for any software the law school does not own.