Join Ken Randall, iLaw Founder and Dean Emeritus, Alabama School of Law, in this engaging session to discuss the growth of distance learning in the law school classroom, as well as to discover powerful strategies to innovate in the digital classroom. Learn how distance learning can expand school elective offerings, enhance residential curriculum, and present compelling new avenues for law school faculty. Ken also chaired the committee that first drafted ABA Standard 306, which sets out the parameters for J.D. candidates earning credit for study offered through distance education.
Focus on innovations & the future including new opportunities in the legal education that invlove technology.
Servers, Macs, Windows 10, my favorite DIY electronics, and anything else you want to bring up. I'll start out with what my school is currently doing and the current 'fun' projects. May even throw in how to make a realistic, cool, iPhone controlled BB-8. Then I'll open the floor to any topics or questions. Let's bring some down and dirty technology back to CALI.
This session will explore the impact of artificial intelligence on the legal profession. Possible questions to discuss include:
UNM had faced ongoing notification issues with employee hires and separations that left its HR, IT, Communications, Administration units (and even new employees) out of the loop. SharePoint workflows were developed to stitch together multiple decision makers and provide real-time, automatic updates to all actors.
What is library technology doing for you? And your patrons? Join us for a lively discussion exploring the latest technologies that libraries use and lend. Let’s face it…we are using many of the same systems, gadgets and apps and providing lots of common services. On the other hand, most libraries are utilizing some type of technologies that only a few others even know about.
Collaboration in the workplace is inevitable. Many of us have had to collaborate with others on articles, books, and other various projects, whether it is within our own office or with a colleague halfway across the country. As academics, we’re often tasked with co-authoring articles, co-designing posters, co-creating presentations, or coordinating committee tasks. Luckily, with the rapid technological advancements, an influx of online collaborative tools have been developed to facilitate working together in an open and interactive space.
Social media technology permeates our lives. Future lawyers must understand how they can effectively and ethically use social media tools both in law school and in law practice. Most law students are millennials and they use their cell phones, tablets, and laptops during class. This presentation will explore and answer the following questions:
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Panelists: Wei Fang, Sylvia Kwakye, Jack Cushman
Moderator: Wilhelmina Randtke
This panel will discuss software management and particularly managing large digital systems over time. Panelists work with long running digital collections in academic law schools. Beyond interfaces, panelists work with code, and beyond code, they handle digital objects and records over time.
Come learn about the inner workings and back end of large digital archives from panelists: