Learn the Magic of PDFs with Legal Tech Instruction

6150105185_2568db7c99_zDo you even wonder if there’s some “crystal ball” out there that will magically show you how to use technology in an easy and practical way? Georgia Law students, faculty and staff are in luck! This afternoon the law library continues the legal technology instructional series at 2:30 pm in Classroom B. Today’s session will focus on PDFs and how to use Adobe Acrobat X Pro’s tools to create and edit documents and fillable forms.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own computers with them and follow along with the exercises. This session is part of an ongoing semester-long instructional series led by IT Librarian Jason Tubinis and Web Coordinator Rachel Evans. The series discusses the Legal Tech Audit, breaking the software-based competency test down into easy to digest segments which home in on Excel, PDF, and Word specific skills. For those who attend each session, you have the opportunity to complete the law library’s own legal tech audit readiness assessment by demonstrating that you can apply the skills the series teaches. Successful passing of this assessment will earn you a legal tech audit readiness certificate giving you something technically impressive to add to your resume.

For those who missed the first round of legal tech sessions, you can review them in video form online and still complete the assessment by visiting http://www.law.uga.edu/legal-tech-audit.

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