This page will allow you to familiarize yourself with some of the technology at Drake University and Drake University Law School.
Who We Are
||When to Contact|
|Drake Technology Services
Carnegie Hall, Lower Level
|Assistance connecting to the wireless network, shared printers, remote document storage, email, passwords, software support, Blueview, DUSIS and all other computer support. Also for classroom technology and multimedia support.|
Electronic Resources Librarian
Opperman Hall, Room 165
|For questions about library databases, TWEN, Bloomberg, CALI, Lexis, and Westlaw.|
Associate Dean for Information Resources and Technology
Opperman Hall, Room 154
|For overall Information Technology policies and issues; questions on Legal Research tools and resources.|
Connecting to the Wireless NetworkStudents with their own laptops are able to connect to the Law School's wireless network
Once connected to the wireless network, students are able to access personal and shared files on the Law School's student file server, and can print to any of our shared printers. Having a connection to the wireless network is also a requisite for taking final exams on computer.
blueView / E-mailblueView
is the Drake University portal to student services. Students may use blueView to find account information, get e-mail access, use calendars, register for classes, view your class schedule, and other student resources. You will be provided with login information during Orientation.
Change Your Password
Go to the Drake University password gateway
to change your password.
Connecting to PrintersStudents may connect to any of the shared printers in the law school from their own laptop computer.
Connecting to the Law School Document Storage ServerStudents that store their documents on the Law School's student file server may access their material from personal computers.
Click on the above link to register the Westlaw password you received at Orientation. Follow the instructions on the Westlaw handout you received to complete the registration process.
Click on the above link to register the LexisNexis password you received at Orientation. Follow the instructions on the LexisNexis handout you received to complete the registration process.
CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is a collection of over 800 interactive, computer-based lessons covering 33 legal education subject areas. Directions on how to register for CALI will be provided during orientation.
Free copy of Microsoft Office
A free copy of Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows or Office 2011 for Mac is available from the Drake Support Center located in Carnegie Hall. Carnegie Hall is located directly across the street from the main law school entrance. The Support Center is located on the lower level. Bring your Drake University student identification card.
Computer recommendations can be found here
Law School Technology Information
Please review the law school technology information web page for further information.