SmbdyBringMeSomeHam wrote:Fair enough, but there's also a need to do on-line research (e.g. Westlaw) and then, chances are, you will need considerable computer skills when you get a job after graduation. It's just a practical lifeskill for our generation. Also, I'm sure that prosen was probably joking, but then again, so was I.
I'm rarely ever serious. Though, there seriously are people sitting in your room during finals who can assist you with button pushing and the like.
One more serious thing. You are forced to take a research class which is painfully boring (P/NP) and repetitiously instructs you how to do these things. If you have trouble you're more than welcome to pay attention. Otherwise you can check ESPN/shop online/TLS/whatever else you will inevitably do during boring classes.