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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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Thursday, June 7 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Using Excel for a simulation exercise in a law office technology course

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Simulations can run the gamut from paper based to full online environment. What if you want a "what-if" scenario, but don't see the need to invest in an interactive environment? Excel can serve as a great intermediary solution. In this session I will introduce the simulation my co-instructor and I have used in our Introduction to Law Office Technology seminar. I will discuss how it was made and describe our experiences, both good and bad. Audience members will "play along," and have an opportunity to discuss their own experiences with simulations. Bring a device that can run Excel to get the full experience. No experience is required, but some experience with Excel functions would be helpful. You will leave understanding how Excel's conditionals can be used to create gamelike scenarios.

Speakers
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Wayne Miller

Associate Dean for Academic Technologies, Duke University School of Law
Wayne is the Assistant Dean for Academic Technologies at Duke Law. He has spent his adult life in academia, first as a PhD student in German and then as an IT support person of various stripes and colors at UC Berkeley and UCLA. In 2001 he moved with his family to North Carolina and... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm EDT
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