CALIcon12 Session Video

Here is a temporary listing of the session video for the 2012 CALI Conference for Law School Computing.  â€‹Please note that these URLs are temporary and are going to change when the archive is moved to our YouTube channel later this summer.

June 21st


CALI, Plenary, Rudy Hasl, Dave Cormier


CALI, WordPress as CMS II: Implementation and Customization, Emily Barney, Chicago-Kent, C. Andrew Plumb-Larrick, Case Western, Jared Padgett, Pepperdine, Sam Levy, LSU


CALI, A critical look at outsourcing services to central IT and the cloud, Wayne Miller, Duke, Susan Monsen, Yale, Patricia Donnelly, Berkeley


CALI, LexisNexis Law School Publishing "E"nitiatives, Kathleen Diehlmann, LexisNexis


CALI, Collecting State Court Files: How Law Schools and Libraries Can Preserve History (and Use Technology to Do it), Rachael Samberg, Stanford


CALI, Building Online Courses and Course content - A technologist's approach, Lindsay Matts, William Mitchell


CALI, Dumbing Down the "Smart" Classroom, Tim DiVito, Rutgers - Camden, Gary Moore, Hofstra


CALI, Powerful Presentations With-or-Without-PowerPoint: Evaluating Presentation Apps, Meg Butler, GSU, Maureen Cahill, Georgia, Sarah Jaramillo, Fordham


CALI, Cultivating Creativity: How to innovate, create, and get out of your own way while doing it, Jill Smith, University of Maryland, Vicenc Feliu, Villanova


CALI, Second Stage Booster: Optimizing Drupal and Wordpress for SEO, Speed and Social Media (The Afterburner 2), Nicholas Moline, Justia


CALI, Building a Record with E-Portfolios, Kenneth Hirsh, Cincinnati, Michael Samson, Wayne State


CALI, Metadata for Online Collections, John Joergensen, Rutgers-Newark


CALI, An Update on eLangdell - What it Can Do for Your Law School, Deb Quentel, CALI, Austin Groothuis, CALI, Elmer Masters, CALI


CALI, Reaching Out to the World... On a Budget, Tron Compton-Engle, Megan Allen, Case Western


CALI, Storyboarding a CALI Lesson: Tips & Techniques/Aviation Law Lessons Take Flight, Helen Frazer, Brittany Kolonay, DC School of Law, Anna Reese, John Sabel, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


CALI, The CFR meets the Semantic Web: Lessons for Developers, Librarians, and Linked Open Data mavens, Thomas Bruce, Cornell, Nuria Casellas, Cornell


CALI, Institutional Repositories for Law Schools - Past, Present, and Future, Kathleen Cowan, Bepress


CALI, From DIY to Semi-Homemade: Should You Integrate Third Party Applications Into Your Services?, Austin Williams, Deborah Schander, Georgia State, Jordan Gilbertson, Lincoln Memorial


CALI, Cost-Efective Creation of In-House Instructional Videos, Kathleen McLeod, Patricia Perkins, Ben McFadyen, Elon University


CALI, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Gnu, Chad Kealey, Drexel


CALI, Disrupting Legal Education: The Impact on Legal Education of Innovations Driven by Evolving Video Conferencing Tech: Larry Farmer, BYU


CALI, Disrupting Legal Education: The Impact on Legal Education of Innovations Driven by Evolving Video Conferencing Tech: Larry Farmer, BYU


CALI, ExamSoft: New Features, New Trends, and Announcements [Invitation Only], David Schnabel, Bryant Weaver, ExamSoft Worldwide


CALI, Teaching Law Students 21st Century Practice Skills Through Coding with A2J Author, John Mayer, CALI


CALI, How to Pimp your TWEN: Engaging Students on Their Turf - Online, Jennifer Cooper, Thomas Jefferson School of Law


CALI, Big Data or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Corpus, Daniel Nagy, Cornell


June 22nd


CALI, Plenary, Audrey Watters


CALI, $50!!! What do you need $20 for? Using what you have when budgets are tight, Phillip Bohl, Gilbert Marquez, Pepperdine


CALI, The Crimprof Multipedia Turns Three, Stephen Henderson, University of Oklahoma


CALI, DIY eBooks! A Workshop, Elmer Masters, Austin Groothuis, CALI, Tom Boone, Loyola-Los Angeles, Rich McCue, University of Victoria


CALI, What Should We Try Next? The Life of the Electronic Services Librarian, Thomas Sneed, Emory


CALI, Thinking Outside The Cylinder - Utilizing Unusual Tools to Teach, Syd Beckman, Lincoln Memorial


CALI, Moving your law reviews to an open-access publishing model using BePress' Digital Commons, David Holt, Whitney Alexander, Santa Clara


CALI, You think it, we'll build it!, Chris Bombardo, Chris Osier, Michael DellaDonna, Mercer


CALI, Technology that Counts: Tools that Improve the Quality of Legal Research Instruction, Jane Larrington, Anna Russell, University of San Diego


CALI, Building & Maintaining SCOCAL, Erika Wayne, Stanford, Timothy Stanley, Justia, Dan Vu Quoc, Justia


CALI, Selecting course technology based on simple learning science objectives, Aaron Dewald, University of Utah


CALI, If You Offer It & Market It, They Will Come: Legal Practice Technology Instruction In a Variety of Formats, Darla Jackson, Oklahoma City, Randy Diamond, University of Missouri-Columbia


CALI, The Legal iPad Revolution: where are we now and where are we going?, Debbie Ginsberg, Chicago-Kent


CALI, Bridging the Gap: Technology Integration from a K - 12 Perspective, Vanessa Bravo, Pepperdine


CALI, Using Wikispaces to Share Reference and Circulation Statistics, Shante Clark-Davis, Joseph Plumbar, Texas Southern University


CALI, Maintaining Professor Scholarship on the TJSL Website, Patricia Ramert, Thomas Jefferson School of Law


CALI, Teaching Contract Drafting with Contracts Filed in SEC EDGAR Database, Jane Winn, University of Washington


CALI, How to Give Good UI?!, Wayne Weibel, Cornell


CALI, Moving Your Clinical Programs to the Cloud: A Lesson in Politics, Policy and More, Doug Edmunds, University of North Carolina


CALI, DMR: Digital Media... Revolution, Hiroki Nishiyama, Wayne Miller, Courtney Davis, Duke


CALI, Open Source Solutions for Journal Publishing, Michelle Pearse, Harvard


CALI, XtraNormal... Good for More than Just Laughs, Megan Welch, Larry Farmer, BYU


June 23rd


CALI, Learning Centers in the Library: What can we do with them?, Catherine Deane, Patrick Meyer, Thomas Jefferson School of Law


CALI, Convert Your Course Website (Online) Into A Chrome App (Offline), Or Why an App Might be Better Than an eBook, Patrick Wiseman, Georgia State University College of Law


CALI, If You Build It, They Will Learn: Using Self-Paced Modules to Integrate Academic and Professional Skills Across the Curriculum, Joshua Pluta, Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law


CALI, Self-Assembled Video Recording & Security Options, Michael Whiteman, Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P., Chase College of Law, Bradford Thomas, Northern Kentucky University,  Kerry Kirk, Northern Kentucky University


CALI, How to teach a blended course, Norman Garland, Southwestern Law School


CALI, IPv6 - A Practical Introduction for the Rest of Us, Michael Sparks, Louisiana State University Law Center


CALI, Assemble the Big Stuff and Occupy the Process: "Using Technology to Improve the Law and Using the Law to Improve Technology" - A Homage to the BLIP* Clinic Hackathon, Harold O'Grady, Lloyd Carew-Reid, Brooklyn Law School


CALI, Hydratext, Christian Turner, University of Georgia Law School


CALI, Looking Back, Looking Forward: What We Learned from Building a 100% Online Course, Corinne Thomas, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles


CALI, Closing Plenary, John Mayer, CALI