June 16, 2009
Attend the CALI Conference Virtually – for Free!
The CALI Conference for Law School Computing always has an interesting mix of sessions for librarians, IT folk and law faculty, and new this year, all the sessions will be webcast live! Using the open source web meeting software Dimdim, each session will have a live video feed and chat room.
The conference kicks off this Thursday, June 18, and runs through Saturday, June 20. The links for all the conference session webcasts are available on the conference program website. While all the sessions look fantastic, the following may be of particular interest to librarians:
- Authentication and Online Document Repositories
- Critical Mass is Critical – A View Into the Changing World of Scholarly Communications
- Firefox Add-ons for Legal Research
- No Carrot No Stick No Budget No Problem:Tools for the 21st Century Library
- A Holistic Approach to Academic Computing: Librarians and Instructional Technologists Are Better Working Together
- Introducing and Integrating Free Internet Legal Research Into Classroom
- Crowdsourcing and Open Access v2.0: Harnessing the Power of Peer Production to Disseminate Historical Records and Legal Scholarship
- Kindle for Law Schools
- Using LibGuides to build Legal Research Guides
- Building awesome library web apps with open source
- Coursecrafting: (def.) Mashing up legal research, moot court, skills training and instructional technology into something new and innovative!
- Thinking Outside the (Glass) Box: Digital Displays in Law Libraries
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