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The 28th Annual CALI Conference for Law School Computing
June 7 & 8, 2018
American University Washington College of Law
Washington DC

Wednesday June 6, 2018 pre-conference activities
  • Sponsor setup at American University Washington College of Law. 1pm – 7pm
  • Conference check-in at American University Washington College of Law. 3pm – 7pm
  • Speaker Meeting (optional) at American in room NT08. 6pm - 6:30pm
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Friday, June 8 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Distance Learning in Non-Distance Learning Courses

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The ABA allows law schools to use distance learning in any course as long as it doesn't replace more than 1/3 of in-class time.   This should make it easy for faculty to explore the use of distance learning technologies in their existing courses.   Also, some distance learning tech overlaps nicely with in-class interactions.   Asynchronous formative assessment, online office hours, CALI lessons, online peer-review projects are all examples of using DL tech in non-DL courses.    
Three presenters will discuss experiences of teaching or working with faculty who have used DL tech in non-DL courses.   Even if you are not attending this session, the speakers encourage you to send a short blurb about your experience.    

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John Mayer

Executive Director, CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction)
Executive Director of CALI - law school consortium. Developers of A2J Author and hosts of A2J.org. Not a lawyer, 30 years working in tech, legal education and access to justice.

Friday June 8, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT