Accepted sessions

Session Experience level Track
Administering Exam Software: What Happens Under the Hood
David Burch, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Steve Nelson, Marquette University Law School
Apryl Betts, University of Iowa College of Law

The administration of exam software involves much behind the scene work usually handled by different departments. Often these departments may not be fully aware of what the other departments do....

Intermediate Technologist
"Make no small plans" -- The Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent
Jerry Goldman, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Matthew Gruhn, Chicago-Kent College of Law

The Oyez Project came into existence on a humid afternoon at Wrigley Field back in August 1988. In its original incarnation, it was The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Supreme Court...

Beginner
Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
ABA TechShow & Tell
Debbie Ginsberg, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Emily Barney, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Elizabeth Farrell, Florida State University College of Law

 
The annual ABA TechShow is one of the best places to learn about the latest in legal technology. In April 2013, Debbie Ginsberg, Emily Barney, Deb Quentel, and Elizabeth Farrell...

Beginner
Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
All About CALI – Prizes will be Awarded
Deb Quentel, CALI

 

Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
An IT Evolution
Tom Ryan, Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Camden
Tim DiVito, Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Camden
John Joergensen, Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Newark

Change is everywhere. If you believe some news reports, the Law School landscape is especially tenuous. Budgets have already been stretched for many years and the recent changes in applications...

Librarian
Technologist
Analytics to Find Opportunities
Wayne Weibel, Cornell Law School
Dan Blackaby, Cornell University Law Library

Using Google Analytics can show you not only what is happening on your site, but also inflection points that offer opportunities to improve.

Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
BePress - Introducing the new Digital Commons Law Network
Kathleen Cowan, Bepress

Bepress Digital Commons is delighted to announce a new database of open-access legal scholarship (100,000+ articles) that is curated by law librarians and their supporting institutions.

Challenges of Securing Clinical Data in a Cloud-centric World
Patty Furukawa, University of California, Irvine School of Law
Doug Edmunds, University of North Carolina School of Law

Securing law school clinic data used to fall under the full control of a local IT organization.  A server would be installed; a case management solution locally maintained; and the requisite...

Technologist
Classcaster in Theory and Practice
Sue Altmeyer, Cleveland State University Cleveland Marshall College of Law
Elmer Masters, CALI

In this action packed session Sue will some of the cool things she is doing with Classcaster right now and Elmer will show you how you can use assorted...

Beginner
Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
Cloud computing: customized library alert services for law faculty
Michael Samson, Wayne State University Law School Library

This session will introduce the audience to a single web page presence (any platform, any device) that provides real-time customized alerts (in over 50 languages) based on the teaching and...

Intermediate
Librarian
Technologist
Developing an Ontology of Legal Research
Amy Taylor, American University Washington College of Law

This session will describe my efforts to develop a legal ontology for teaching legal research.  There are currently more than twenty legal ontologies worldwide that encompass legal knowledge...

Beginner Librarian
Digital Access & Preservation for Video: Best Practices?!
Sean Chen, Duke University School of Law
Miguel Bordo, Duke University School of Law

The Duke Law School undertook a collaborative process between staff in media production, communications, and the library to create, describe, distribute, publish, and preserve the school's...

Intermediate
Librarian
Technologist
Engaging Faculty in the use of Technology without using the "T" word
Phillip Bohl, Pepperdine University School of Law
Julie Tausend, Pepperdine University School of Law

Problem: Getting faculty to think about innovation without invoking resistance to educational technology.
Craft your nomenclature carefully. Example: "...

Beginner
Librarian
Technologist
ExamReporter – Building a Web Application for Administrative Support of Exam4
Brian Yulke, New York University School of Law
Darin Phelps,

At NYU Law, all exams are computer-based. Several years ago we switched to using Exam4 for in-class exams. Several reasons prompted us to change vendors, but moving to Exam4 added one complication...

Beginner Technologist
ExamSoft - The New Way of Thinking About Assessment

Presenters: Beverly Mindle, Emmanuel Pierre, Bryant Weaver ExamSoft is already the leading computer-based testing solution within legal education in the United States. While law programs already...

Finding + Tuning Social Signals
Marcia Dority Baker, University of Nebraska - Lincoln College of Law
Roger Skalbeck, Georgetown Law Library

Social software platforms like Twitter and blogs can be rich with good content, but they can also suffer from problems of too much ‘noise’ and not enough ‘signal.’ In a...

Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
Flipping Flop?: exploring whether guest lectures can use the flipped classroom format
Scott Vanderlin, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Clare Willis, Chicago-Kent College of Law

This session will examine the “flipped classroom” teaching model through the point of view of the ad hoc or guest lecture, addressing the unique challenges in that context.

Intermediate
Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
Flipping the Classroom in Legal Skills Courses
Alex Berrio Matamoros, City University of New York Law School
Rich McCue, University of Victoria Faculty of Law

Adopting a flipped classroom approach can free up valuable in-class time in legal skills courses by recording screencasts of lectures that students can watch outside class while not sacrificing...

Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
Flipping the Law School Classroom: Using Technology Outside the Classroom to Engage Students in the Classroom
Joshua Pluta, Texas Tech University School of Law
Tommy Sangchompuphen, Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law

The “Flipped Classroom” is an exciting new teaching model that leverages the wealth of available to technology to move basic lecture outside of class to allow for more engaging...

Faculty
Librarian
Technologist
Games Theory: Engaging Students Through Games in the Classroom
David Walker, Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law

Keeping students engaged in the classroom can be a chore in the digital age. Professors need to compete with Facebook, Twitter, Internet Poker, Farmville, Words With Friends, and probably a few...

Beginner Faculty

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