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The Tech Hub in the Goodson Library

The Tech Hub in the Goodson Library formerly known as the Digital Initiatives Lab (DIL) is a collaboration, discussion, exhibition, exploration, learning, and planning.Do you wonder what is possible in the realm of legal technology?  Bring your ideas to the Tech Hub!  The space is available to faculty, students, and staff for a variety of uses. Faculty may use the space for collaboration, discussion, and planning. Students may want to visit the space to discuss, explore, and learn what is new in law and technology. Staff can use the space for planning and training. These are just some of the many possible uses. The space is located in Room 3211 Goodson Law Library and is available during Library hours. Academic Technologies and law library staff members are standing by to provide on-demand technology advising and support.  To schedule a staff member, please email

Each month a different technology will be exhibited, analyzed, and discussed.  Bring your voice to the discussion. 

Scheduling the Tech Hub

The Tech Hub can be scheduled by sending an email to Rochelle Newton, Ed.D, or or adding "Law-Tech Hub" to an Outlook calendar invite.

Available Resources
  • Adobe Software
  • Structure Sensor
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • e-Discovery/Technology Assisted Review (TAR)
  • Big data apps
  • Algorithm apps
  • Productivity software
  • VLC
  • Electronic Bluebook
  • VPN
  • Lexis/Nexis/Westlaw
  • WebEx/video conferencing
  • Qualtrics
  • H2o
  • Apple Technology
  • Windows Technology
  • Clio
  • Robotics
  • SEO applications
  • Evidence technology
  • Browser Security
  • Multifactor Authentication
  • Mobile technology
  • Live streaming of current events
  • Internet of Things (IoTs)
  • Biometrics
  • Lynda Training
  • Digital First
  • WebEx

Web Resources

"Tech Hub Top 10"

Upcoming Exhibitions

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Technology Assisted Review

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Augmented/Virtual Reality

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Digital First