Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Reminder - there's still time to register for the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning's summer conference

This year's edition of this annual conference is schedule for June 18 - 20 in beautiful Spokane, Washington. The conference will focus on the use of technology in the law school classroom and organizers have put together an absolutely boffo line-up of interactive presentations for your attendance pleasure on a variety of important including how to make more effective use of PowerPoints in class, using polling software in class, learning about the metadata in your documents, using Google docs for peer editing, the use of blog posts for student assessment, using technology for negotiations, and so much more!  Indeed, the conference will even feature a speaker providing participants with an overview on how to coordinate your institution’s technology!   

The conference is limited to 100 participants to keep it relatively intimate and though there are still a few spots available for registrants, you need to act now!  Don't delay, register today!

Here's where and how you can do so (as well as get all the details on lodging, meals, activities and even a wine-tasting(!).



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