Surveys

Transliteracy & Technology Research to create a Legal Learning Commons

Presenter(s): 
Katie Miller, Florida State University College of Law
Elizabeth Farrell, Florida State University College of Law

At FSU’s Research Center we want to help our students become transliterate and to successfully bridge the gap between law school and law practice. To do this, we are creating a legal learning commons where students can receive instruction, collaborate, practice legal drafting, perform legal research and gain exposure to technologies that are not typically seen in law schools but are commonly used by lawyers in practice. But before investing in software and hardware we needed to know what technology lawyers are actually using. So we asked them.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
25 June 09:00 - 10:00
Room: 
246

Audience

Track: 
Faculty
Track: 
Librarian
Track: 
Technologist

The Law School Educational Technologist Survey – 2 Years Later

Presenter(s): 
Debbie Ginsberg, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Barbara Glennan, California Western School of Law
Chester Kozikowski, Boston College Law School
Lindsay Matts, William Mitchell College of Law
Alex Berrio Matamoros, Boston College Law School

In the 2009 law school educational technology survey, we found that while law school educational technologists loved their jobs, the duties and expectations from school to school varied widely. In this session, we’ll explore whether, two years on, our job descriptions have become more standardized. What should law school faculty and staff expect when a law school hires an educational technologist?

We’ll also feature several current law school educational technologists who will showcase specialized projects and processes they’ve been able to bring to their law schools. Find out what a law school educational technologist can do for you!

Schedule info

Time slot: 
24 June 14:30 - 15:30
Room: 
444

Audience

Track: 
Faculty
Track: 
Librarian
Track: 
Technologist

Survey Says! Using online surveys to get the information and resources you need

Presenter(s): 
Debbie Ginsberg, Chicago-Kent College of Law

Online surveys are great tools for soliciting customer service feedback, establishing priorities, and researching technology trends. But does the world really need another “how well do you like us” form? (A: No.) With a little planning, well-structured questions, and a targeted audience, you can create effective surveys to collect vital data for your work and research.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
24 June 10:30 - 11:30
Room: 
267

Audience

Track: 
Faculty
Track: 
Librarian
Track: 
Technologist
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