Educational Technology and the Social Web

June 20, 2007

CALI Conference

Filed under: Education and Technology — Ken @ 4:09 pm

I’m currently returning from The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction annual conference in Las Vegas. Besides the average daily temperatures of 104 degrees, the conference was once again a great learning experience and a chance to catch up with colleagues from other law schools. The foci of this year’s conference were the realities of IT in legal education, what works, what doesn’t, how technology is changing legal education and what changing technology has in store for the future of legal education. I’ll post my notes and thoughts soon, once I’ve had a chance to ruminate on them a bit more.

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