The Information Technology Department provides limited support for student laptops. We are happy to provide technical assistance and advice to students concerning University supported software and network configuration. Depending on the severity of the problem and whether the issue is hardware or software related, we may direct you to seek further assistance through your manufacturer or with Pitt IT Student Computing. The consultants are students at the University of Pittsburgh who can help with campus network connections, virus and spyware removal, software installation, data backups, and much more. To schedule an appointment, contact the Technology Help Desk at 412-624-HELP . Walk-in service is available at the Towers Lobby Support Center or the University Store on Fifth.
Please feel free to stop by the IT office (Rm. 429J) with any questions and concerns you may have. We are available 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday (with some evening hours during the semester).
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The Barco Law Building provides Wifi internet access throughout the building. Help Sheets with step by step configuration instructions are available from Pitt IT and on the handout rack outside of our office. To report any problems with the Wireless Network, please report the problem to the University Help Desk via email@example.com or 412-624-HELP.
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For exams allowing laptops, students are not required to come to the Registrar's Office to sign-up for those exams they wish to take on their laptop. However, in order to take your exams on your laptop, you must have downloaded and installed the ExamSoft Examplify software and watched the appropriate training video for your platform. See Exam Laptop Information.
For technical support with ExamSoft Examplify software, please contact ExamSoft here.
The Barco Law Library is a public space and we often have outside visitors. Never leave your laptop unattended. The Library loans cable locks if you need one while in the Library. See the Curculation Desk for more information.