A simple, bare-bones CMS developed by Earl Daniels in 2002-2003, and retired from the CoL in 2015. At it’s height, the system powered around 100 websites. It had a simple in-page editor with TinyMCE, a menu generator, calendar, simple templates, and a fairly flexible forms/data processor. It was never intended to be extensible by way… Read more »

MyLaw ID System

The log in system mostly retired as of May 2015 – most ongoing systems now use Campus ID user name and password. The MyLaw utility page is (was?)  located at – available on-campus or off-campus via Proxy Note that most MyLaw log ins are modal pop-up boxes, whereas in-page log in forms are mostly Campus ID…. Read more »


The metaindex is retired! A service created by Patrick Wiseman – original was retired 3/19/2015 – copied here for posterity’s sake…GSU College of Law — Meta-Index for U.S. Legal ResearchRevision: 20030107 Meta-Index for U.S. Legal Research The current Meta-Index is always available at [ Judicial Opinions| Legislation| Federal Regulation| Other Legal Sources<!–| People in… Read more »

Support Calendar

For at least 10 years, until March 19, 2015, Technology Support tracked scheduled support requests with WebCalendar version v1.2.3 14 Aug 2010 WebCalendar is a PHP application used to maintain a calendar for a single user or an internet / intranet group of users. It can also be configured as an event calendar. Was located… Read more »


Implementation of an Learning Management System (LMS) for the College of Law   Disregard – ready or not, here comes BuddyPress Some possibilities (that never quite fit our needs):   CoursePress LearnDash Lifter LMS Sensei WP Courseware

User import – populate groups

User Import – DEPRECATED interim method – to be automated as soon as LMS is in place. Now use an import from Banner data This process used the Import Users from CSV  plugin which was Last Updated: 2013-3-14 (as of 5/25/15) Make certain Roles “student”, “faculty” and “staff” exist and match the group_id’s used below. Script on gsulaw to generate… Read more »