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Orientation Materials (Library and Technology)

Westlaw/TWEN, Lexis and Bloomberg Law passwords are in your orientation package.  If you have any problems with registration, please see Monica Sharum, who can be found in the library (office 170). 

If you need assistance with technology, the library's technology department can help.  Go to office 151 in the library.

Videos
Library Tour
Setting up InsidePacific and email accounts
How to access first assignments
How to add a course to TWEN
How to download the antivirus software-MacOS
How to download the antivirus software-PC
How to register for CALI

 

Handouts
How to access the internet
How to print from your laptop

ExamSoft

Additional Information and Helpful Hints


You must change your InsidePacific password every six months.  You will use InsidePacific to register for classes, fill out online student employee timesheets, and register for Pacific Connect (the emergency notification system).  

The library has quick links to TWEN, Sakai and Canvas on its homepage.  If you have questions or need help with any of these services, stop by the library reference desk for assistance.

 

Reference Desk

For further assistance, contact the Reference Desk either by email  or call at 916.739.7164

 

ExamSoft

ExamSoft is a secure exam-taking and exam management system used at McGeorge School of Law.  It can be used on Windows or Mac computers that meet the minimum requirements (see handouts for more information).  Tablets are not yet supported.

 

Library Tour

 

Setting up InsidePacific and email acounts

 

How to access first assignments

 

How to add a course to TWEN

 

How to download the antivirus software - Mac OS

Mac OS 

 

How to download the antivirus software - PC

 

How to sign-up for CALI

CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) has interactive lessons on a variety of law school subjects.  To access CALI you will need an authorization code.  Please contact msharum@pacific.edu or dbreuer@pacific.edu for the code.  CALI can be accessed at http://www.cali.org.  All CALI lessons are also available on the Computer Lab computers. 

See a short video and how to sign-up for CALI.

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