Grey Tales


Tales from an Instructional Technologist in the world of legal education and beyond…

CALI 2006

I recently went to CALI and really enjoyed the conference. Librarylaws has a great recap of the sessions that you should check out. The plenary by John Mayer was fantastic and I highly recommend if you are in the arena of Instructional Technology in legal education that you take a few minutes to watch it. Tom Ryan held a great session on automated media, that provides a low cost solution to automatically record and post classroom lectures. I am disappointed that the keynote by Professor John Boyle does not seem to have been recorded, as it was very interesting speech with regards to future planning for legal instructional technology in a way that blends conservative and open-sourced thinking.


Filed under: Educational Technology, Instructional Technology, Legal Education

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