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SchoolDo you have a dedicated computer lab? (Yes/No)If you have a computer lab:2/15/2017 Deb removed Edit ability. Please email me if you'd like to add data. Thanks
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How many Computers?
Macs or PCsNote
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Campbell Law SchoolNoWe have 11 All-in-one PCs scattered throughout the library.
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Pepperdine Law SchoolNo20PCsWe have a former space that is still often called the "computer lab" but have no computers installed. We now call it the "learning lab" with a 20 laptop mobile cart that we deploy as needed. In addition we have 7 standing "kiosk" PCs that
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UNT Dallas College of LawNo
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UNC School of LawNon/an/aGot rid of our last "lab" space a few years ago. Students don't miss it. Over 70% of our students use MacBooks.
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Charleston School of LawNo
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University of FloridaNo0
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University of OregonNo10MacsWe don't have a dedicated computer lab but instead distribute workstations in the study rooms and common areas of our library. Each is connected to a large HDTV so that students can collaborate on projects.
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Louisiana State University Law CenterNoWe have an "e-classroom" with 15 Windows computers but it is not available for open lab use.
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Univ. of WA School of LawNo2PCsOur former lab space is now our "Tech Policy Lab", a joint venture with others on campus so not dedicated to law student use. The two workstations are joined by other technology (VR, etc.)
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New England Law | Boston NoWe have a cluster of 8 PCs on one library level and 5 PCs on another. We circulate both PC (10) and Mac laptops (10)
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Univ of MD Francis King Carey School of LawNoNANAWe got rid of our last computer lab at least 5 years ago, about 50% of our students are MAC
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Thomas Jefferson School of LawNoNA
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Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University No6 in an open area
Dell All in One PC's
We no longer have a dedicated computer lab. However we do an area on the sixth floor where we have provided six computers along with three student printers. The area is dedicated to students it includes study rooms, printers, vending machines, and a kitchen. Most of our students print wirelessly from personal laptops.
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UNT Dallas College of LawNoWe do have 20 check out laptops (PCs) in the library and 6 PCs in the library for quick printing (1 maybe not so quick work as we put Camtasia on it for school projects)
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CWRU School of LawYes
24 in dedicated lab
20 in training lab
PCsThe dedicated lab will probably soon become an active learning/collaboration space. We won't be replacing computers.
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U CincinnatiYes30PCsMay be converting one lab, leaving 16 PCs available.
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Saint Louis Univ Law SchoolYes6PCsWe have a "lab" space that includes 6 desktops and collaborative spaces for student use. Down from 30 machines 4 years ago.
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Appalachian School of LawYes14
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Univ. of Richmond School of LawYes10Macs: 6, PCs:4Mostly a fallback for students who didn't bring their laptops on a particular day. Number of seats/computers has not changed in 20 years.
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Emory University School of LawYes16PCsWe also have 3 iMacs and we have four large monitors that can be connected to student machines.
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University of San Diego School of LawYes3936 PCs, 3 Macs
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Cumberland School of LawYes3627 PCs, 9 Macs
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GA State Univ College of LawYes15PCsIn the library, also used as a training lab. We also have 4 large screens that students can connect to and 5 tech study rooms they can connect to.
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Notre Dame Law SchoolYes3330 PCs, 3 MacsWe have 11 PCs in an Instructional Lab that can be used by students when not being used for instruction. The rest are in the main lab. Our main lab is one of the busiest locations in our library.
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University of MemphisYes39PCsThe computers are split between two labs and a few of the computers are in carrels outside of the labs. One of the labs has equipment (projector, etc) to support training.
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Atlanta's John Marshall Law SchoolYes13PCs
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Colorado LawYes14PCs (VDI)
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Syracuse UniversityYes10PCsClassroom/Training Lab seats 20; 10 seats have dedicated laptops. We also have PCs for student use near Reference, but they're best for one-on-one instruction. Students using Macs have to bring their own for now.
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University of Arkansas School of LawYes31PCsClassroom/Training Lab with 36 seats. One instructor station.
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New York Law SchoolYes32
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University of PittsburghYes30PCsThe computer lab is located in the law library, and is also used as a training lab.
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Marquette LawYes18PCsFourteen are in a teaching lab, with classes about 8hrs /week. Four are located in student print area. The 4 in print area are heavily used.
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University of South Carolina School of LawYes24PCsWill be moving to our new building "Commons" area in late May.
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Loylola --Los AngelesYes32PCsComputer Training Room has 12 PCs, used about 4 hrs per week. otherwise open for student use
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Valparaiso Law SchoolYes12PCs (Win)As well as 9 standing windows-based "kiosk" machines
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Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois TechYes12PCs and Macs6 PCs and 6 Macs. We also have 7 Windows computers in public areas. DG: and two computers at the library service desk.
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Univ. of La Verne (California)Yes31PCs30 student stations; 1 instructor station. Located in the law library.
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Widener University Delaware Law SchoolYes14PCsWe have an additional 12 PCs available throughout the Library
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Widener University Commonwealth Law SchoolYes15PCsWe have an additional 8 PCs available throughtout the Library
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Brooklyn Law SchoolYes6616 Macs/50 PCsOur 16 dual-boot Macs are in a classroom, but that room is open for student use unless a class is going on (so 90+% of the time it can be used as a lab)
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Northeastern University School of LawYes48PCsUsed mostly for exams and the few students who don't carry laptops around with them all the time
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Liberty University SOLYes38PCsTechnology committee is discussing replacing lab with commons area
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University of ArizonaYes15PCsLab is located in the law library. We also have a small number of laptops that we make available for accomodated exams during finals.
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University of Michigan LawYes413 Mac, 38 PCComputers are in a mixture of two labs and public areas.
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University of Mississippi School of LawYes9PCsLab is located in the law library. We have an additional 6 PCs available throughout the library.
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Hofstra law Schoolyes25 - clinic computer lab; 27 main computer lab; 6 lower level PC lab; 6 lower level Mac lab53 PCs; 11 MacsOur clinic lab is reserved for clinic students and is in the legal clinic building., The main lab is space available to students 24/7; the PC lower level lab is in a room with 22 seats and 6 PC workstations--the 16 seats without workstations are to be used by students with laptops; the lower level Mac lab is an open space in the library available to all students at any time the library is accessible.
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William & Mary Law SchoolYes
16 in training lab (+1 instructor)
12 in open lab
PCsLabs are located in the law library. Training lab is open when not in use by Lexis/Westlaw/etc. trainers. Surprisingly, the computers seem to get a fair amount of use, but they do have some programs loaded that students are not likely to have on their laptops.
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University of Miami
Yes - but see explanation
12PCsThe space is for instructional purposes but is used as a lab when no training is going on.
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