Students with Macs who have recently upgraded OS X from Tiger (10.4) to Leopard (10.5) are advised to update to 10.5.1, which Apple released last week. From our initial testing, it appears that this update resolves the problem with connecting to the University's wireless network and makes the connection persistent.
To update, click the Apple icon, then "Check for Updates."
- The University of Louisville School of Law Gadget, with tabs for latest, alumni, student, faculty, staff, and library news; and
- The Cardinal Lawyer Gadget, featuring content from Dean Jim Chen's personal blog about all things Louisville Law.
What is iGoogle, you ask? iGoogle is a customizable home page that includes the capability to add web feeds and Google Gadgets and also features visual themes and an unlimited number of tabs. Google Gadgets are Web objects you can use to populate your iGoogle home page. Common Google Gadgets include news, weather, sports, calendars, to-do lists, etc.
Download a Louisville Law Google Gadget now, and get Googling.
Every returning second-, third- and fourth-year student is entitled to receive ONE (1) 64 MB Louisville Law USB drive. First-years and Fall 2007 visiting and transfer students received theirs at Orientation. Beginning Monday, October 1, you may pick up your USB drive at the Law Library Circulation Desk anytime the library is open. You must show your Cardinal Card in order to receive the drive. What's the catch? Read the Computer Exam Procedures page. Even if you don't plan to take your exams on computer, you may still pick up a USB drive.