Academic Computing Department
The Office of Academic Computing supports student and faculty educational technology needs. The office works to ensure that technology serves the Villanova Law School Community's goals.
Technology is a strong tool for 21st Century law students and the Office of Academic Computing enables Villanova Law School's students with the technological resources to be successful students and future lawyers.
Villanova Law School's faculty use some of the most modern techniques in introducing technology into legal education. The Office of Academic Computing works to support the faculty in their work as educators and renowned legal scholars.
The Office of Academic Computing provides resources and services to ensure that Villanova Law School securely progresses as a leader of technology in legal education.
Questions about these and any other academic technology services may be directed to April Barton, Assistant Dean for Academic Computing and Justin Barber, Information and Administrative Computing Coordinator.
Director for Academic Computing
Webmaster/Web Development Specialist
Multimedia Production Specialist
Information & Administrative Computing Coordinator