Law Students: Exam Archive Searching

You may notice that when you click on the “EXAM ARCHIVE” link on the Law Library web page you are traveling to a Google Drive location.

The exams are stored in a Google Drive folder that requires a Pepperdine Google account.

TIP: If you find that you do not have access, log into your Pepperdine Google Mail using your browser, then go to http://lawlibrary.pepperdine.edu and select the Exam Archive link.

You will note that you can search all the exams for any word but the best way is to search for professor name and course name using the advanced search box.

Click on the down arrow to the right of the search box
Click on the down arrow to the right of the search box

 

To search in “Advanced” mode click on the arrow at the right end of the search box.  And the advanced dialog search box will drop down.

Then enter in the “Item Name” field the last name of the professor (cochran) or a word from the course name (torts).

Enter professor's last name in the "Item name" field
Enter professor’s last name in the “Item name” field

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s wishing you all the best as you prepare for your finals!

Wavenet

Wavenet is a web-based portal that provides faculty, staff, and students, with one-stop access to many different password-protected resources.

You should have received an email from Pepperdine University with your login instructions.

Please call the University Help Desk at (310) 506-HELP (x4357 from any on-campus phone) if you need assistance logging into Wavenet .

These are just some of the many useful components that you will find in Wavenet:Pepperdine Wavenet Mobile App

  • Registration
  • E-mail Access
  • Class Registration Material
  • Mid-term and Final Exam Numbers
  • Check your account

To learn more, see this page on Wavenet for Studentshttps://community.pepperdine.edu/it/tools/wavenet/students/

For general information on Wavenet see this pagehttps://community.pepperdine.edu/it/tools/wavenet/

 

Student Printing Changed – 5/19/2017

NEW PRINTING SYSTEM

On 19 May 2017

The School of Law joined the University-Wide Sharp Printer/Copier System

Students can PRINT to any of the SHARP copiers at the university.  This includes the copiers in the Law Library and the Career Development Office.
 The new system uses your Pepperdine Waves Cash through your ID card for funds.  This is a COMPLETELY different system that does not communicate with our old system.
Thank you.

NOTE: Information on how to use the copiers as printers

NOTE: How to add funds/check funds on your Pepperdine ID Card

NOTE: Copiers have been and are currently accessible for student printing since August 2016 — the Law School was the last of the five Pepperdine schools to fully adopt this system

Laptop Rentals (for students)

brokenlaptopThe University’s Tech Central provides rental laptops to students.

If you are stuck and need a temporary solution, check out their rental program by calling (310) 506-4811.

There is a limited number of rental units so don’t hesitate to call and reserve as system if you think you’ll need one!

Tech Central also offers an array of other fee-based services — see this site for more details.

 

Pepperdine GMAIL on your Mac Mail Client

Looking around online, there is no hard directions on how to add your Pepperdine GMAIL client to the Mac MAIL client.  So here goes.

These instructions assume you’ve already moved your Pepperdine account to the Pepperdine-branded GMAIL.  If you haven’t done that but want to do that, go to google.pepperdine.edu and follow the instructions there.

 

The first thing you need to do ensure IMAP is Enabled on your Pepperdine branded GMAIL account.

  • Click on the Gear on the Upper Right corner and Click on “Settings”

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  • Click on “Forwarding and POP/IMAP”
    • Under “IMAP Access” click on Enable IMAP

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Now your Pepperdine GMAIL can be added to your Mac Mail Client.

  • Open the Mac Mail Client
  • Under the Mail tab, click “Add Account”

 

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  • Click “Add Other Mail Account”

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  • Under the “Add a Mail Account” screen insert your user information.
    • Full Name: What your enter here will be how your E-mails Go out
    • Email Address: Inserted as “Your WAVNET UserID”@pepperdine.edu
    • Password: Your WAVENET Passsword

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  • Click Create. You will get a warning that the “Account must be manually configured.” Click Next

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  • “Incoming Mail Server Info”
    • Ensure IMAP is Highlighted
    • Mail Server: imap.gmail.com
    • Email Address: Inserted as “Your WAVNET UserID”@pepperdine.edu
    • Password: Your WAVENET Passsword
    • Click Next

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  • “Outgoing Mail Server Info”
    • Mail Server: smtp.gmail.com
    • Email Address: Inserted as “Your WAVNET UserID”@pepperdine.edu
    • Password: Your WAVENET Passsword
    • Click Next

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That should do it. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, you can contact SOL-Information Services at 310-506-7524

Kronos 7: Timekeeping at Pepperdine

Have you figured out how to use Kronos 7 yet? Perhaps you’re still struggling with the basics of getting around and entering your information correctly. Here are a few resources which you might find helpful.

First, a video introduction to Kronos 7:

The video is helpful, but still limited. So here are some recommended help-guides for more in-depth and user-specific reference (students and adjuncts take special note):

Support for Kronos is provided by the Payroll Department at (310) 506-4636 or check out their Finance and Payroll FAQs.

Please note that while Google Chrome and newer versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer are fine browsers, Kronos still works best in Mozilla Firefox. Whatever browser you use, be sure it is up to date and that you have the most recent Java patches installed for the best experience possible.

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 in 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 38
Classroom E 40
Classroom F 42
Classroom G 44
Mendenhall Appellate Courtroom 46
Darling Trial Courtroom 48
Seminar Room 1 50
Seminar Room 2 52
Seminar Room 3 54
Seminar Room 4 56

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

Come to the Law Library  Public Services Desk  or call thePublic 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.

Troubles Logging into Wavenet?

Having Trouble with logging into Wavenet?

Try these settings changes and see if that helps.  If not, please feel free to call the support line at:

Phone: (310) 506-4357 (HELP)
Hours: 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
 

1.) Add the following “trusted sites” into your browser settings if you are using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox:Screen Shot 2014-03-17 at 5.04.19 PMhttps://wavenet.pepperdine.edu
https://hcm.pepperdine.edu

You can find instructions on how to add trusted sites to Internet Explorer and Firefox here: http://community.pepperdine.edu/it/tools/wavenet/faculty-staff/clearcachepeoplesoft11.htm. Once you have added these trusted sites to your browser, I also recommend following the steps listed on the above site to clear your browser cache. This will help to “refresh” the browser after you’ve changed the settings.

2.) If you are using a Safari browser, please also follow the steps to set up your Pop-up Blocker outlined on the site referenced above, and ensure that your browser is set to accept cookies from wavenet.pepperdine.edu and hcm.pepperdine.edu. You may have to check the “block cookies from third parties and advertisers” option to allow for this depending on what version of Safari you are using.

3.) Last, do you access the WaveNet site via an internet bookmark or favorite? If so, you’ll want to make sure that the site you have bookmarked does not begin with something like “https://cas.pepperdine…”, but rather that the site bookmarked is simply https://wavenet.pepperdine.edu.

Pepperdine Google Suite

Welcome to the incredibly usefully and incessantly expanding world of Google! Here, you will learn about some of the relevant Google Apps that may help you throughout not only your education career, but also your future life.

You can access Google Apps through your @pepperdine.edu account. Google Apps includes the following components: Gmail, Sheets, Calendar, Sites, Google Drive (formerly Google Docs), Google +, Hangouts, Groups, Contacts, and many more. To learn more about these components and how they will be useful to you at Pepperdine School of Law, please watch the video at the bottom of the page.

 

Google Drive

Google Drive is a very useful tool that can be accessed anytime, from anywhere, via the internet or the Google Drive App. Some of the feature of Google Drive allow you to:

  1. Share files with people, such as meeting minutes, class notes, and task lists
  2. Collaborate on conference presentations with colleagues
  3. Edit student papers with in-text comments
  4. Backup files (you can never have too many copies!)
  5. Work from home without the need of Remote Desktop or your Work Computer
  6. And more…..

You can even use Google Drive to create and share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online. Although Google Drive has its own applications, you can download the Google files to your desktop and they will open in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Collaborate on projects without the hassle of emailing files and version tracking. Multiple Users can edit the Google files at the same time, without conflict. Revisions are saved automatically and Google Drive has a revision tracking feature so you can see what changes were made, when.

Google Drive can also be used as an online repository for all of your important documents. These documents can then be accessed from any computer with Internet access at any time. Watch this video to learn how you can upload documents to Google Drive as well as convert documents (i.e., doc, pdf, docx, html, and other files) into Google Documents.

Don’t forget, Google Drive now offers limitless storage for Pepperdine Google users. That’s right, unlimited!

Our friends at University IT have put up some helpful guide information. Check it out today.

Here’s another great article on Google drive with helpful video. Anson Alexander has done great work to make the product accessible to new users–very thorough.

 

Google Docs

Google Docs is the informal predecessor of Google Drive, if you will. Google Docs allows you to create documents from scratch or from pre-set templates as well as sort your already created documents.

Through Templates, folks at Pepperdine using Google Apps can now share private templates for presentations, documents (like stationary or departmental memos) and spreadsheets. We now have our own private template gallery. Anything you make in Google Docs (or import into Docs from Word, etc) can be offered as a template, shared and rated by the Pepperdine community.

If you’ve never used Templates before in Google Docs, here’s a link to their help page: Google Help: Google Docs Templates

Google Docs has also upped their collaboration tools through quick and easy comments that can be placed on selected portions of a document. If you’ve been staying out of the Cloud, there are some real incentives to get in now.

 

Google Sheets

Google Sheets is a free online spreadsheet tool that is similar to Microsoft Excel. This tool has fewer formatting features that its software-based counterpart, but can be accessed from any computer with Internet access. You can also share spreadsheets with others and save the spreadsheet as multiple file formats including (but not limited to) XLS, PDF, and HTML. Watch this video to learn more about Google Spreadsheets.

 

Google Slides

Google Slides is a free, online presentation tool that you can use to create, edit, present, and share slideshows. It is very similar to Microsoft PowerPoint, with fewer formatting features. Much like most other Google Apps, Google Slides allows you to collaborate on slideshow presentation with unlimited users. Click here to watch a video on the basics of creating Google Presentations.

 

 

Google Calendar

Google Calendar is Google’s scheduling calendar service that can assist you with time-management through easy organization and helpful reminders. This is nothing short of the most open and configurable calendar offering available today. And while there is a wealth of things you might never do, it never feels like that power gets in the way. If you just want to login and check your appointments and type in new ones you can do that. If you want to go a step farther and have it email you a daily appointment list, that’s available. If you want your cell phone to alert you, that’s just another click away.

 

 

Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts is a platform where you can communicate with multiple people through messaging, SMS, video/audio chat and VOIP. It can be challenging to locate and contact other members of such a large community as Pepperdine; with community integration, this is a gem. Even better, with no install or configuration like Skype, you simply login and start talking.

 

Google Sites

Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share webpages as well as a nice place to brainstorm and manage projects. Its an easy basic wiki withalmost no ramp-up time needed due to no real training being required. Just decide a name for your knowledge base and go. To learn more about Google Sites, click here.

 

 

Please watch the video below to learn more about these components and how they will be useful to you at Pepperdine School of Law.