The Law Library has two Chromebooks available for law school community borrowing. Lightweight and effortless to use, Chromebooks are ideal for internet browsing, creating spontaneous notes, among other functions. They are checked out for 4 hours at a time.
It is simple to get started using a Chromebook. Power it on and click on “Let’s Go”. Follow the instructions provided with the Chromebook. Select “More Options” if you do not have a Google account.
There is no need to install any software and no setup is required. All the appropriate software accessed is located on Google’s cloud servers, which automatically updates when the Chromebook is opened, ensuring current updates and security.
In turn, nothing personal should remain on the Chromebook after your use. Your personal documents and settings will not be stored. As recommended, do not save any personal settings on the Chromebook you borrow. All settings will be deleted when the Chromebook is returned to the library.
An ideal use for a Chromebook would be for collaborative study in one of the Law Library’s group study rooms. All of them are equipped with Solstice software, which enhances the ability to participate in sharing information to the screens in the study rooms. You can use the wi-fi connection from a Chromebook, laptop, or mobile device.
Forget your laptop? Need another laptop for your study session? Please check out a Chromebook from the circulation desk!