Primary accounts issued by Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School include the following:
NetID – Windows Active Directory domain account that grants access to campus wireless network, shared network drives, office and lab computers, print services and other web resources (career services job search, student evaluations, etc.)
Google Apps – Campus email services
SofTest (Examsoft) – Gives students access to use the SofTest program to take exams via their personal laptop.
NetID, Google Apps, Moodle & *SofTest account usernames are generated in this format:
First initial, middle initial, last name
i.e. If your full name is ‘John Anthony Doe’, then your username would be jadoe
i.e. If your full name is ‘Jane Amanda Doe-Smith’, then your username would be jadoe-smith
Please note, although the accounts have the same Username, these three accounts are separate, so if you change the password on one account, the others don’t automatically change.
CampusAnyware – Online Registration & Student Information Services. Your userID for CampusAnyware is your studentID or your SSN, and your PIN is your date of birth initially in this format (mmddyyyy). You will be prompted to change it when you login the first time.
The following accounts are issued to the AJMLS community for educational purposes by 3rd party vendors, however, the IT department does not directly support these accounts. Support is provided by the respective representative:
Lexis or Westlaw/TWEN – Incoming 1L students will receive account information in a legal research class. Transfer students will need to speak with the Director of the Law Library or Library Head of Public Services for new accounts or to transfer an account from a former institution.
All students will receive a Moodle account. To access Moodle go to http://moodle.johnmarshall.edu enter your username and password. If you can not remember your password click “Forgotten your username or password?” and follow the prompts.
Faculty and Staff: Faculty and Staff accounts will be confirmed by the Human Resources office. Once confirmed, the user will be issued a NetID and Google Apps account. Faculty will receive Lexis and Westlaw/TWEN accounts from either the Director of the Law Library or Library Head of Public Services
Students: Student accounts will be confirmed by the Registrar after the initial deposit has been payed and processed. Once confirmed, the student record will be created in CampusAnyware, and then the student will be issued a NetID, Google Apps and CampusAnyware account.