The Law Library’s Appy Hour instructional series was inaugurated in the fall of 2013.
This year Appy Hour broadens it’s horizons and links with the Law Library’s Prepare for Practice Program designed to refresh and enhance students' legal research skills in preparation for summer and permanent jobs.
Why should students attend an Appy Hour?
- To meet the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct requiring a knowledge of technology for a lawyer
- To be more efficient in their daily approach to managing files and technology.
Classes to be offered include:
- Don’t Forget Your (Virtual) Keys: Creating & Using Strong Passwords (Fall only)
- MS Office PowerTips: Word
- Acrobat 101: Creating and Manipulating PDF Files
- MS Office PowerTips: PowerPoint
- Paperless Lawyering: Mobile Tools for PDF Files
- MS Office PowerTips: Excel & Mobile Office Suites
- Remember Everything with Evernote
- Search Now, Read Later (Spring only)
For specific information on class schedules and class handout materials, please see the Prepare for Practice Program guide. General information on the topics will remain here.