1L & 2L Summer Access to LexisNexis

LexisNexis Summer Access:

With the end of the semester fast approaching, students must start to prepare for their new roles as summer associates.

Be aware of LexisNexis Summer Access to help alleviate research fear this summer.

Once again, Lexis is providing full access to Lexis Advance through students’ law school ID throughout the months of May, June, July and August.

Continued access includes tools, search history and the same exclusive content and practical guidance you know about and have relied on all year long.

Whether clerking, interning or working at a firm, students can use their law school access. See the details in the flyer linked below.

Summer Access Flyer

Graduating 3L? LexisNexis access for you after graduation…

–From our friends at LexisNexis–

LexisNexis Graduate Access:

Graduating 3Ls have continued access to Lexis upon graduation to keep their skills up to date and use for job and interview preparation.

The Graduate Program gives extended access to Lexis Advance to spring graduates via their law school IDs through December 31, 2019.

This ID also grants them access to the Graduate Home Page and gives them a graduation gift (detailed in the flyer).

The transition from a regular law school ID to a graduate ID happens on July 5, 2019.

Read the flyer (linked below) for more information, including special services for those employed by a 501(c)(3) organization.

Graduate Program Flyer

Gmail: Email forwarding and Auto-Responder (Out of office message)

Have you ever wished you could just have all your email from a particular gmail account arrive in another email account? Or maybe you’re planning a trip and you want folks to understand that you’re not available during that time you’re away?

You should take a look at setting up email forwarding and/or an out of office message.

The below contents were pulled from Google Support as well as a couple of helpful YouTube links that you may find helpful in setting up your forwarding and out of office messages.

The easiest way is to do this on your computer — we recommend the Chrome browser but you can do it Explorer, Edge, and Firefox

Here are some step by step instructions:


Forwarding Function

Forwarding: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/10957?hl=en
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpHes_HgPaA

Turn on automatic forwarding

  1. On your computer, open Gmail using the account you want to forward messages from. You can only forward messages for a single Gmail address, and not an email group or alias.
  2. In the top right, click Settings .
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  5. In the “Forwarding” section, click Add a forwarding address.
  6. Enter the email address you want to forward messages to.
  7. Click Next  Proceed  OK.
  8. A verification message will be sent to that address. Click the verification link in that message.
  9. Go back to the settings page for the Gmail account you want to forward messages from, and refresh your browser.
  10. Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  11. In the “Forwarding” section, select Forward a copy of incoming mail to.
  12. Choose what you want to happen with the Gmail copy of your emails. We recommend Keep Gmail’s copy in the Inbox.
  13. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

Turn off automatic forwarding

  1. On your computer, open Gmail using the account you want to stop forwarding messages from.
  2. In the top right, click Settings .
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  5. In the “Forwarding” section, click Disable forwarding.
  6. At the bottom, click Save Changes.

Auto Reply Function

For Auto reply (also called Out of Office or Vacation Responder):https://support.google.com/mail/answer/10957?hl=en

Video (also includes canned responses): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2S9mHs3NaQ8
Turn your vacation reply on or off

Set up your vacation reply

  1. On your computer, open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings   Settings.
  3. Scroll down to the “Vacation responder” section.
  4. Select Vacation responder on.
  5. Fill in the date range, subject, and message.
  6. Under your message, check the box if you only want your contacts to see your vacation reply.
  7. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

Note: If you have a Gmail signature, it will be shown at the bottom of your vacation response.

Turn off your vacation reply

When your vacation reply is on, you’ll see a banner across the top of your inbox that shows the subject of your vacation response.

To turn off your vacation response, click End now.

When your vacation reply is sent

Your vacation reply starts at 12:00 AM on the start date and ends at 11:59 PM on the end date, unless you end it earlier.

In most cases, your vacation response is only sent to people the first time they message you.

Here are the times someone may see your vacation response more than once:

  • If the same person contacts you again after four days and your vacation reply is still on, they’ll see your vacation response again.
  • Your vacation response starts over each time you edit it. If someone gets your initial vacation response, then emails you again after you’ve edited your response, they’ll see your new response.
  • If you use Gmail through your work, school, or other organization, you can choose whether your response is sent to everyone or only people in your organization.

Note: Messages sent to your spam folder and messages addressed to a mailing list you subscribe to won’t get your vacation response.

Graduating 3Ls — WaveNet/Email Access Suspends 8/15/2019

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

You made it through!  Upon graduation, you will notice that things are changing for you.  This applies not only to your status as a person holding a prestigious degree, deference from family members, and a lot of attention from student loan officers, but also your status at Pepperdine has changed.  And, that’s a great thing.  But it’s change that you need to address.  Particularly with respect to your student email account.

Please note that upon graduation, your access to WaveNet and all other services related to your WaveNet credentials will be suspended 90 days later. This suspension also applies to your Pepperdine University student email account.

This year’s graduation date for the School of Law is May, 17, 2019.

The access suspension date for the School of Law May 2019 graduates will be August 15, 2019.

All graduates will get reminder notices about their pending WaveNet account suspension from an automated system 90 days, 60 days, and the final notice 30 days from their suspension date.

Please make sure that you have an alternate email address setup with an auto reply with that information on your Pepperdine student email account to ensure that those who are attempting to reach you (prospective employers, lottery prize award officials, etc.) can do so.

If you are interested in getting a Pepperdine Alumni email account you can begin that process here: https://community.pepperdine.edu/it/alumni/email/

The above link will also provide helpful instructions on how to move your current student email contents, Google Drive contents, and contact information to a different email account.

Using Canned Responses in Gmail for multiple signatures

Did you know that Gmail will support multiple signature files?

This can come in handy when you are working with different teams or are responding to messages from a prospective employer.

You may need to put different information in your signature (block of text at the end of your email message) based upon the person or group with whom you are corresponding.

This is actually not in the signature functionality, it’s really kind of a cheat.  You employ the “Canned Responses” feature.  It works pretty well but you will be limited to using this in your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge).

 

Setting up and using Canned Responses:

First, enable the Canned Responses feature

  1. Go to your Gmail Settings (gear icon upper right hand of the Gmail screen).
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Select the Advanced tab at the top of the Settings screen
  4. Scroll down to Canned Responses (Templates)
  5. Select the Enable radio button.
  6. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

Next, create a canned response (alternate signature)

  1. Compose an email message. This is just to create your canned response, you won’t be sending this message.
  2. Leave the To field blank (filled automatically with the recipient’s email address).
  3. Leave the Subject field blank (filled automatically with a reply to the recipient’s subject).
  4. At the bottom of your compose window – bottom right of the screen — there are three vertical dots these dots are the “More Options” button. Click here
  5. Select Canned Responses.
  6. Click New canned response.
  7. Enter an appropriate name for the response; e.g., “Signature A” to use for certain messages where you want this signature at the bottom of your messages.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Enter the wording for the canned response.
  10. Click Save.

Use a canned response (alternate signature) in a new message

  1. Compose an email message.
  2. Fill in the To field
  3. Fill in the Subject
  4. Type out your message, then hit return a few times to create a space for your canned response text
  5. Click on the “More Options” symbol (three vertical dots) in the lower right of your editing window.
  6. Select Canned Responses.
  7. Click on the Canned Response (alternate signature) you want and it will be inserted

 

 

(This content was adapted from materials at: https://google.oit.ncsu.edu/core/gmail/canned-response/)

Help Desk & Information Services

There are two places to get technology support here at Pepperdine. The University Help Desk and the Information Services SHIELD Desk located at the Front Desk of the School of Law Library.

University Help Desk (HELP)
The Pepperdine University Information Technology (University IT) department provides direct technical support for students via the University’s ‘Anytime’ Help Desk. In addition to providing technical assistance, the University Help Desk also acts as the central coordination point for School of Law technical services during the weekend. The University Help Desk is open 24/7 via phone and email at: 310-506-HELP (4357) or helpdesk@pepperdine.edu for the following issues:

School of Law Information Services Department (IS)
Information Services Department LogoThe Information Services Department is here to assist you with a variety of issues including, but not limited to, configuring laptops, multimedia reservations and training, School of Law web site, ExamSoft, and Email account training/usage. The IS team has offices in the School of Law Library to assist with technical support and is available between the hours of 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday). To contact the IS team, use the following contact methods:

Final Exam Prep: ExamSoft

ExamSoft Logo

First-time exam taker? Did you get a new computer since your last exam period? Have you recently upgraded your laptop operating system? Don’t forget to download ExamSoft to your computer for Final Exams!

ExamSoft Worldwide produces the Examplify examination software used by many law schools and state bar examiners. This software is a secure essay exam word processor. Pepperdine School of Law allows students to use this software to take their mid-term and final law exams. If you plan to use your laptop computer to take your exams, Examplify is required. The majority of students currently take all or some of their exams via this program.

Examplify can be downloaded from the Internet (http://www.examsoft.com/pepperdinelaw) and installed on your laptop computer. In order to use the ExamSoft Examplify program at Pepperdine University School of Law, you MUST agree to the terms of this ExamSoft Student Agreement.

For more information, check out Examsoft’s Exam Taker Guide for everything you need to know about using Examplify.

ExamSoft Releases periodic updates to Examplify that update to your computer automatically, overnight. These updates include general Performance Improvements and Software Bug Fixes. Most often, students do not notice the changes. For information on the current updates, you can visit the ExamSoft Support page regarding Releases.

 

Clickers for Students

Does every class use the Audience Response System from Turning Technologies (“Clickers”)?

No, but all 1L LRW classes use them so each member of the 1L class will be issued a clicker during Launch Week.  1L clickers must be returned to the Law Library at the end of the Spring Semester to avoid the $50 Replacement Fee.

Upper division classes and other 1L classes may take advantage of this technology. Professors will inform their classes if a clicker is required. If you have a class that does require a clicker, go to the Law Library Public Services Desk and check one out for the semester.   Please return the clicker at the end of the semester and avoid the $50 Replacement Fee.

How Do I change the channel?

  1. Turning Technologies ResponseCard RF LCDPress channel (or CH) button
  2. Enter the new channel number
  3. Press channel (or CH) button again

The new channel number will appear on the screen

What Channel Do I need?

Unless otherwise noted by your instructor, each classroom has a separate channel:

Room # Channel #
Law Library Learning Lab 30
Classroom A 32
Classroom B 34
Classroom C 36
Classroom D 26
Classroom E 40
Classroom F 42
Classroom G 44
Darling Trial Courtroom 48
Seminar Room 3 54
Seminar Room 4 56
Seminar Room 5 28

What if it needs a new battery or doesn’t work?

Come to the Law Library Public Services Desk or call the Public Service Desk at 310-506-4643.

How & When Do I Return It?

LRW students must return it to the Law Library Public Services Desk at the end of the Spring Semester. All other students must return it to the same location at the end of each term. A $50 Replacement Fee will be charged to students for unreturned clickers.

CALI Registration Code — He gave you the WRONG ONE on Monday

WRONG CALI REGISTRATION CODE?

So Phil Bohl, Assistant Dean for Information Services, the one who talked to all the new students on Monday, August 13 at the Launch Week session on technology, gave all the students the WRONG registration code for access to the CALI lessons!!!!

How is this possible?  Why did this happen?  Who is at fault?!

He (Phil) is and he will pay for it; be certain of that.

In the mean time if you picked up the “Student Authorization Code” card you will note that the correct code is printed on that card.

For those of you who wrote down the code, look at your notes and remove the second “E” and you’ll have the right code.

Our apologies!

CALI registration code cards are available in the Law Library at the Public Services Desk .

 

Computer Network Policy

Computer Network Policy:

As a Pepperdine student, you are obligated to observe a code of conduct as detailed in your Pepperdine Law student handbook.

This code of conduct includes the “Computer and Network Responsible Usage Policy,” which governs the use of personal computers, mobile devices, and other technologies at the University as well as the Pepperdine network.

Read more at http://community.pepperdine.edu/it/security/policies/usagepolicy.htm