EBBTrial Exam due
Remain logged into EBB at least 15 minutes before submitting a "trial exam." Also, you must submit your trial exam by 4:00 pm on April 23 as it gives us a way to verify that EBB is functioning properly on your notebook computer. The PC and Mac versions should save automatically via the wireless network to the exam server. See Peter Horvath (in Room 1100) or one of the computer lab student assistants if your laptop fails to save to the network.
For the trial exam, use the exam number provided by Anne Hamilton and also include your name and all the courses for which you plan to use EBB in the text of your "trial exam". In the drop-down menu for course selection, choose the course titled "Practice Exam."
The Student Services Office will send a confirmation to you that your "trial exam was submitted properly and that EBB is functioning properly. If you do not receive a confirmation between April 26 and April 29 but plan to use EBB for exams, check with Peter to be certain no errors occurred in submission.
EBB Verification Form due
You must submit the "Installation and Usage Verification" form to Peter Horvath by 4:00 pm on April 23. This form is available in Room 1100 and through the "Law Students Only" link on the EBB web page.
If you do not submit a verification form and "trial exam by April 23, you must make arrangements with Peter to handwrite your exams.
John Nagle's Book Publication and Chair (John N. Matthews Chair of Law) Event
Legal and environmental experts will offer comments on Nagle's new book, "Law's Environment: How the Law Shapes the Places We Live" (Yale University Press, 2010).
NDLA Board Meeting
Location: Room 2130
Harvard Law School
NDLA Networking BBQ
Time: 12:30pm - 2:00pm