The law school provides access to several public-use computers, available during regular library hours. A local account on each computer has been created to allow non-SLU "public patrons" the ability to use them without having a SLUNet ID and password. This account is cleaned nightly, for security reasons. Please be sure to read the information below regarding saving data while using library computers.
Eight Public PCs are located on the sixth floor of the law library, near the Circulation and Reference desks.
These computers are equipped with the following software:
• Microsoft Windows 7
• Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome Browsers
• Microsoft Office 2010
• Law School BillikenPrint Printing
Important InformationQ: What happens to my files?
When you logout of any public-use computers in the Law Library, the local account and any changes you have made are deleted. Any files saved to the Desktop, "My Documents," or any other local folder, along with any bookmarks or preferences you may have created, WILL BE ERASED. If you need to save a document, please save it to a USB flash drive, or email it to yourself. (See how to do this below)
Q: Where/how should I save my files?
Method 1: Attach to your email: (recommended only if you have a small number of files)
Now you have emailed the file(s) to yourself - you will be able to access that file from any computer with access to the Internet.
Method 2: Save to a flash drive: (recommended if you have a lot of files, or file folders)