Proposed Sessions

Session Speaker(s) Experience level
Law of the Newly Possible: Engaging the Community in How Technology Affects the Law JeBria Wilson, Darrett Drayton, Brandon Adams

We are second-year law students at the University of South Carolina School of Law who took Professor Bryant Walker Smith’s “Technology Law: Law of the Newly Possible course” in Spring 2020.  The...

Beginner
READ HIDDEN EMOTIONS - The Science Behind a New Skill Dan Seidman

READ HIDDEN EMOTIONS - The Science Behind a New Skill

Beginner
Hunting and Gathering on the Legal Information Savannah: Real World Problem Solving in Constructed Search Environments Susan Nevelow Mart, Zachary Mullen

This session introduces a study of what happens when you ask a novice legal researcher to solve a real-world research problem in different, self-contained legal research systems.

Intermediate
20(ish) Tech Tips for 2020! Tobias Nteireho, Mike Mitchel

This session will be a quick overview of a few lesser known tools and lesser known features of well known tools that can be used to make work and life easier.

Beginner
You've Built It. But Will They Come? Sarah Glassmeyer

Teaching law students to code is sweeping the nation.  It's great! There's a lot to be gained by just the process of learing to "think like a coder" in addition to "thinking like a lawyer." 

Beginner
When Bigger Isn't Better: Reducing Your Computing Budget with the Raspberry Pi Iain Barksdale

Many instituions are still using desktop computers to run OPACs, displays, kiosks, and run simple web apps. A Dell enterprise desktop averages $1200, a Raspberry Pi costs between $40 and $90...

Intermediate
LII Under the Hood: The Innovation Red Queen's Race Sara Frug

Technologists dream of bringing to bear the fruits of research in order to solve hard problems in the real world.

Intermediate
No Coding? No Problem! Application Development with Microsoft PowerApps Justin Rogowski

Libraries are no stranger to data collection. We track desk transactions, shelf-reading projects, loose leaf filing, and patron counts, to name a few.

Beginner
Promoting Formative Assessment with Algorithmically-Assisted Pre-Grading David Colarusso

Traditional Law School instruction is notorious for its lack of formative assessment (Socratic method aside), relying almost exclusively on summative assessment.

Intermediate
Library Support of Online Programs of Legal Education Susan Zago, Jan Fleckenstein, David Walker

This session will explore the ways in which three different academic law libraries have responded to the needs of the students and faculty involved in bringing legal education and the law school...

Beginner
Does anybody really know what time it is? – A Time Keeping Exercise for Law Students using Excel Jennifer Dubetz

            John Lennon sang, “Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans”. How do Law students plan and spend their time? The Time Keeping Exercise was created to help our...

Beginner
Innovating Like There's No Tomorrow Model Faculty

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster collaborative thinking to further the overall value proposition...

Intermediate
Spend a Million ... Classroom Upgrades and Strategic Initiatives: Planning, Funding, and Implementation Phillip Bohl, Hong Kha

Planning for a classroom refresh?  New stuff?  Cool things?

Beginner
Who is The Online Generic? Andrea Bevier

It is a mystery long pondered and researched, who is The Online Generic? Who is this mystery student, and why should we plan our course content to appease him? Why is he so important to online...

Beginner
Small Team Task Management with Asana David Dickens

Times have changed, but using free tools to keep small teams functioning well delivering high quality service to their customers is timeless.

Beginner
Is the Teknoids mailing list still relevant? Elmer Masters

The teknoids mailing list is itself nearly 30 years old. While it still has over 700 subscribers from nearly 2/3 of American law schools, I do wonder if it has run its course. 

Beginner
Network Optimization: Enhancing Your Social Skills for Success Carol Watson, Jason Tubinis

More than 40% of individuals identify as shy.

Beginner
Presenting THE VIRTUAL JUSTICE PROJECT: An Innovation in Clinical Legal Education and Technology Greg Clinton

NCCU School of Law pioneered The Virtual Justice Project to address the lack of access to justice for low income and marginalized communities; and, strengthen the students academically for the...

Beginner
Treasures of the CALI Syllabi Commons and Course Development in a Constantly Changing Domain Brian Donnelly

Review of syllabi and course materials posted in the CALI Syllabi Commons.  Scholarly sources and topical materials used to teach technology and law practice are highligted. Approaches to...

Beginner
Does Your Technology Spark Joy? Jason Tubinis, Geraldine Kalim

We think Marie Kondo would agree that the question, “does it spark joy?” doesn’t just apply to physical objects.

Beginner

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