We are currently hosting the 2014 CALI Conference for Law School Computing here at Harvard Law School. Before the official conference started, several attendees met on Wednesday, 6/18, for an “Unconference.”
The Unconference agenda was completely attendee-driven: the participants selected topics and then broke off into small groups to discuss them. Topics included:
- Is “Law Practice Technology” Worth Teaching as Part of an Advanced Legal Research Course?
- Flipped Classrooms
- Building Virtual Communities
- Polling Tools
- How Do We Train Faculty to Understand When Multimedia Tools Are Adding Value, When They’re Just Wanting to be “Cool”?
- What Tool has Really Helped a Colleague Teach and Didn’t Demand a Lot of Time?
Check out http://bit.ly/PreCALI for notes from the sessions.
Thank you to the attendees for some great discussions!