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The use of classroom technology to assist with teaching has evolved over the past 40 years. The standard chalkboard, chalk and eraser morphed into the white board and markers; overhead projectors sit in inventory while digital projectors hang overhead in the classrooms. All the classrooms at McCollum Hall have been remodeled, transformed or built to accommodate technology use by faculty and students. After reviewing numerous issues of the Nebraska Transcript from 1970 through the present, it was fascinating to see just how much things have changed technologically in such a relatively short period of time. Included below are the technology highlights the College of Law has experienced throughout those years.