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1998 CALI Conference Schedule (11 June, 1998)
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THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1998

 

TRACK 1

TRACK 2

TRACK 3

TRACK 4

FEATURED IN THE LAB

TALK AMONGST YOURSELVES

8.00am
to
9.00am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9.00am
to
9.45am

Plenary: Preparing for the Road Ahead, John Mayer, CALI

945-10.00

BREAK

10.00-11.00

How to Use Multimedia Effectively
J. Winn (Auditorium)

Overview of Computer Security Issues
M. Paduano,
T. Ryan

(C50)

Electronic State Constitutions Project
B. Terrell

(510)

Bar Exams on Computer
A. Wasserman
(590)

CALI-Author & Webolis
J. Mayer
S. Goshorn

(LAB 700)

Netscape Navigator v. Internet Explorer

(520)

11.00-11.30

BREAK

11.30-12.30p

Getting Started with TWEN

(Auditorium)

Web-Applications in Administrative Computings
E. Noble, A. Cole, M. Abdulaziz

(C50)

Teaching Law Students for the Digital Age
R. Levor, G. Russel

(590)

Best of Both Worlds: Combining CDROM & Web
D. Arfin
(510)

TWEN for MIS Staff Lab

(LAB 700)

The Future of Legal Education

(520)

12.30-2.00

LUNCH

2.00-3.00

Collaborative Teaching with TWEN

(Auditorium)

CGI/Perl Tutorial

T. Bruce

(510)

Building Law Schools of the Future
D. Burch,
M. Davis
(C50)

News from LSAC
B. Bachman

(590)

Getting Started with TWEN Lab

(LAB 700)

Switched Ethernet, 100-BaseT or ATM to the Desktop

(520)

3.00-3.30

BREAK

3.30-4.30

Involving Students with TWEN

(Auditorium)

Introduction to Dynatmic HTML

S. Burke

(C50)

If Socrates Only Knew: Expanding Law Class Discourse by way of Internal Newsgroups


L. Tashbook, K. Gerdy
(510)

Electronic Chalk
P. Malavet

(590)

Collaborative Teaching with TWEN Lab

(LAB 700)

Digital Libraries & The Future of Law Libraries

(520)

4.00-6.00

PASTA PARTY & DEMOS

7.00pm

BLUE MAN GROUP

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1998

 

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TRACK 2

TRACK 3

TRACK 4

FEATURED IN THE LAB

TALK AMONGST YOURSELVES

8.00am to
9.00am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9.00-10.00

DIY Web Courses
D. Whelan,
B. Slomanson,
L. Gasaway

(Auditorium)

Educational Materials from Matthew Bender

(C50)

CALI Authoring
C. Callen, H.Weinberg,
S. Johnson

(510)

Corelís Wordperfect 8
Corel

(590)

Intro to LEXIS Virtual Classroom I
Section #1
Lexis Staff

(LAB 700)

Windows98: When to Upgrade

(520)

10.00-10.30

BREAK

10.30-11.30

Organizing Your Website
Overview of HTML Editors
S. Schreiner-Linford,
A. Klingen

(Auditorium)

AnLon Systems: INTRAKAL

(C50)

 

Self-Contained Electronic Courses
M. McKinnon

(510)

Distance Learning
A. Johnson & W. Boyd

(590)

Corel Wordperfect Office Suite 8

COREL Staff

(LAB 700)

Requiring Students to own Laptops / Computers

(520)

11.30-12.00p

BREAK

12.00 -1.00pm

What's New with LEXIS-NEXIS

J. Driggers

(Auditorium)

Managing Law School IT in a Changing Environment
E. Masters

(C50)

Teaching in a Tech Classroom
S. Saxer
S. Lassiter

(590)

CALI Authoring from the Rookie's Perspective

P. Wendell
J. Mayer
(510)

Intro to LEXIS Virtual Classroom I
Section #2

LEXIS Staff

(LAB 700)

Designing Electronic Courtrooms

(520)

1.00-2.30

HOT LUNCH

2.30-3.30

Novell Netware 5.0
Novell

(Auditorium)

Digitizing Audio &Video
D. Simon

(C50)

XML and Why You Sould Care
N. Finke

(590)

Teaching with Graphics
N. Garland

(510)

Advanced LEXIS Virtual Classroom Section #1

LEXIS Staff

(LAB 700)

Compensation for Computer Staff

(520)

3.30-4.00

BREAK

4.00-5.00

Teaching Legal Reasoning
with Expert Systems
R. Wright

(510)

30 Pitfalls to Avoid with Laptops
J. Janto
P. Birch

(Auditorium)

Strategies for Effective E-Publishing
S. Perkins,
J. Joergensen

(590)

Web & Software Resources for Law Clinics
T. Tarvin

(C50)

Advanced LEXIS Virtual Classroom Section #2

LEXIS Staff

(LAB 700)

 

Novell v. NT

(520)

5.00

GREEK DINNER & FLANAGANíS WAKE

SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1998

 

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TRACK 2

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TRACK 4

FEATURED IN THE LAB

TALK AMONGST YOURSELVES

800-930

Registration and Hot Breakfast

930-1030

Plenary:
Professor Lynne Schrum, President, International Society for Technology in Education

1030-1100

BREAK

1100-1200

Using Web Lectures and other Xchange Content in the Classroom

(Auditorium)

Designing Electronic Courtrooms

J. Milles

Student Techno-Literacy Survey

L. Cohen
(590)

Teaching with Technology: Report from the Trenches
S. Johnson

(510)

Tips & Tricks for the LEXIS Virtual Classroom

LEXIS Staff

(LAB 700)

Supporting Student notebook Users & The E-Learn project

M. Mooney

(520)

1200-1230

BREAK

1230-130

Intellectual Property and Problems with Internet Publishing
D. Quentel, T. Hardy, M Dicig,

(Auditorium)

Automating Career Services
P. Wiseman

(C50)

Finding Staff in these Economic Times
D. Kirk, K. Metzmeier

(590)

Australian Law Courseware Project
M. Lambiris

(510)

 

(LAB 700

Word v. Wordperfect

(520)

130-230

BOX LUNCH

230 - 330

Exams on Computers
T. Spalding,
M. Bentkover
(590)

Student Printing
K. McDonnell, L. Ryan, A. Charmatz

(C50)

Tips on Keeping Staff
P. Molina, R. Simonds

(590)

Building the Law School of the Future in South Africa
D. Merwe

(510)

Tips & Tricks Using TWEN Lab

(LAB 700)

Does Microsoft Own the World?

(520)

330-345

BREAK (15 minutes)

345-400

CLOSING PLENARY