Technology can powerfully enhance the teaching and learning experience. Law ITS manages the technological tools and services in the classrooms and learning centers on campus.
The ITS Department staff provides technology services for academic classes, meetings and special events. We encourage faculty and staff to contact the Help Desk to schedule a one-on-one classroom A/V training session before their class, meeting, or event.
If you experience technical difficulty and require immediate assistance, call 860-570-5158 to speak with a Help Desk representative.
Westlaw has student representatives available to help you in the the computer lab located on the second floor of the library. If the student representatives are not available, you can contact the Westlaw Representative Holly Rush at Holly.Rush@thomsonreuters.com.
Please Note: TWEN is not administered by Law IT. For technical questions regarding TWEN, call (800) 486-4876 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact the law school's Westlaw representative, Holly Rush at Holly.Rush@thomsonreuters.com.
The Information Technology Department is pleased to offer recording via Panopto for any class or lecture at UConn Law. Panopto is a software platform designed for creating and saving recordings, as well as multicasting—the ability to broadcast an event to as many computers as needed, so that community members who cannot attend in person can still participate.
Panopto also allows students to view their recordings on mobile iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad, after the recording has been properly uploaded. This feature is great for collaborative editing, if a group member is unable to attend a meeting in person. It’s also useful for students who want to go back and review their recordings for upcoming exams and papers.
This lecture capture technology has been primarily used in our skills-based classes. To take advantage of these services, please send a request to the ITS Help Desk. Student requests for class recordings must have written approval from the faculty member teaching the class.
Please make sure to send a request for lecture capture at least 48 business hours in advance of the class or lecture, and a request for event recording or multicasting at least a week in advance.
Exam4 is the software program that students must use when taking an exam using their laptop computer. New versions of the software must be installed each semester and can be downloaded from Extegrity's website.
Preparing your computer for Exam4:
Starting March 24, 2014 students are allowed to download the Exam4 software to their computers. Students are expected to prepare their computers for exams prior to the exam period. Instructions for students are maintained in the Student Portal.Follow the instructions in the Student Portal »