You are required to complete a computer-based training session and pass a brief online exam before using the Law School’s computing resources. You are strongly encouraged to complete the training before Monday, August 12th. The training will familiarize you with the various resources unique to the Law School network.
You can take the Computer-Based Training (CBT) module online. If for whatever reason you are unable to take the CBT online, please visit us in early August and take the CBT and exam at Columbia; however, it is highly recommended that you try and complete the CBT online prior to arriving at the Law School. There are many computing tasks you can accomplish well before your arrival. Besides, the 2nd floor computer lab can get congested at times, as returning and incoming students vie for the same space. Avoid the lines and take the CBT online.
Please note: The Law School’s computing resources cannot be fully accessed without taking the CBT. You are required to complete the computer-based training and pass the online exam. If you are ready to take the CBT, please visit LawNet and click on the CBT/Computer-Based Training tab. Once you are done going through the module (approximately 20-45 minutes), you will be instructed to take an online exam. Follow the online instructions, and best of luck! A Flash player is required to view the Computer-Based Training site.