Down Time Feb. 15 10:30 to 12:30
The CLC main office is in room 775 and our
|| Monday - Thursday
||8:30 AM - 6 PM
||8:30 AM - 5 PM
On Feb. 15 from 10:30 to 12:30 the school was without internet access. This was due to problems in the provider of our access. Some email, both incomming and outgoing that was sent during this time may have been lost.
Staff Hours for Legal Writing Papers
The CLC will be open for the following:
Student Worker Position
- Rewrite Trial Brief (12 pp) MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1999 (Ravita will work Sunday, March 7th, from 2 - 7PM, in Rm 775.)
- Moot Court Brief (20 pp) FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1999
- Oral Argument - FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1999
The Center for Law and Computers is seeking to hire a student worker
to complete a specific electronic publishing project. Between 10 - 20
hours a week as schedule allows. Position requires familiarity with
Folio Views 4.0 and proficiency in Microsoft Word 97. Pay is $7.50 per hour.
Interested persons should email Melissa Mooney.
NEW YEAR - BIG CHANGES IN THE CLC!
1. NEW LOOK OF COMPUTERS AT KENT!
We've updated the interface to all email stations and lab computers to
familiarize you with the look and feel of your own personal computer and
computer interfaces you will find working in a firm. This new interface
operates from the familiar Windows 95/98 display, but the icons have been
positioned on the desktop to allow you to access the commonly used networking
features, such as the Word Processors, Web Browsers and E-Mail. (That's
right, we're making Internet Explorer available in addition to Netscape!)
One caveat to the new interface is that you get the standard Windows 95/98
shutdown screen. So now, when you click on the LOGOUT icon to logout of
your session, we do ask that you click on the RESTART option and not SHUT
DOWN. Selecting SHUT DOWN will indeed shut down the computer and before
the next person can use the computer, they will have to restart the computer.
If you select RESTART, then the computer reboots to the login screen and is
ready for the next user.
2. NEW VIRUS DETECTION SOFTWARE
Late last semester the virus protection software was updated to clean off a
new virus that is transferred in Microsoft Word. As always, it is a good
idea to update the virus protection software on your personal computer
periodically to catch any new viruses that are out there. Since we have a
site license to McAfee Virus scan, all students can install copies of this
software onto their computers for free. (Thus, no excuse not to do it!)
There are two ways to install the software on your personal computer:
I. Laptop that connects to Kentnet:
II. Desktop at home or laptop without KENTNET access:
- Click on your KENTNET icon;
- Select STUDENT SERVICES | CENTER FOR LAW AND COMPUTERS | VIRUS
- Select INSTALL MCAFEE VERSION 4.
- If you have a previous version of McAfee on your computer, the
installation program will ask if you want to remove the old version before
installation of the newer version. Answer YES to this question.
- Follow the remaining prompts on the screen (select all of the defaults).
- Go to Room 775 and borrow the MCAFEE Version 4 software to install on
your machine. There are a limited number of software copies available, thus there is a 24 hour loan period. (We also have the program on a set of diskettes, if you don't have
a CD-ROM drive.)
Online Student Directory
The Student Directory is now available online! You can see it at http://ck.kentlaw.edu/directory/index.html. The Directory includes everyone that did not submit a privacy form to the Registrar. Also, it is
currently only available within the building to protect your privacy.
You can also reach the Student Directory by going to Chicago Kent's Internal Web Page and choosing Student Directory under Administrative Resources.
When you have a question or need help, please email us at HELPDESK
HELPDESK is your main link to computer support. When your message is received,
one of our Customer Service staff members will respond to you at their
earliest convenience. If your email is inaccessible, you can also reach
us at 6-5300, or stopping by room 775.
Student Printing Spring ' 99 Semester
Student printing for the Spring ' 99 semester begins Monday, January 18, 1999, and will continue to accumulate through Sunday,
May 23, 1999. Each enrolled student receives 400 complimentary pages. Additional pages are charged at $.05/page.
May ' 99 graduates must pay their printing account in full prior to Commencement, Sunday, May 23, 1999. Unpaid balance will result in the Registrar holding the diploma until account is paid in full.
Answers to some of the most commonly
asked questions of the CLC:
- What is the website address to get my grades?
- What do I do if I can't find my pin number, or if my pin number is not working?
- Send an email to email@example.com.
- Where can I find initial class assignments for the Spring 99 semester?
- When will we receive our new set of 400 pages for printing?
- New print accounts for the Spring 99 semester will be effective Monday, January 18.
- How can I check my printing balance?
- To check student balance within the LAW SCHOOL on Windows 95 computers: i.e. email stations, and lab computers:
From the Kentnet Menu select STUDENT SERVICES
Then select CENTER FOR LAW AND COMPUTERS
Then select STUDENT PRINTING and the "current semester". This will pull up your individual account.
- How can I get a credit on my account for printing problems?
- Please take all problem pages to Michael Bentkover in Room 709. NO credit will be issued without presenting the pages in question.
- Some of the printing is for a Professor, for Moot Court Competition, for a student organization, etc. Can I get a credit to my account for these pages?
- Yes. This is the procedure to follow:
1) print a copy of your most current printing account, (See above question: How can I check my printing balance?)
2) circle or hi-light and total the # of pages of the jobs that pertain to work performed for the organization, professor, moot court competition, etc.
3) obtain advisor, professor, etc. signature and account # to be charged,
4) bring the signed printout to Michael Bentkover in Room 709. Those pages
will be deducted from your account.
The remaining balance is the responsibility of the student who has two weeks into the following semester to pay off the balance. Each student with a balance will receive an email stating a specified date and time that payment in full must be received. If payment is not received by the specified date, network rights will be terminated until full payment is received.
FYI: Network Maintenance
Regular general maintenance of the network is necessary to ensure greater
performance, both in terms of speed and the prevention of any serious problems.
To achieve these goals, the Center for Law and Computers will periodically
take down the network to perform this maintenance. We've scheduled the
maintenance on a monthly basis, for only 1.5 hours on days
and at times to inconvenience the least amount of users.
Here are the dates that we will be taking the network down. On these
days, the network will not be available between 5:30am and 7:00am.
Tuesday, March 2, 1999
Tuesday, April 6, 1999
Tuesday, May 4, 1999
Tuesday, June 1, 1999
Tuesday, July 6, 1999
Tuesday, August 3, 1999