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From Classroom to Clinic: Unbound in Time and Space

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Published on Jul 13, 2011

From the 2011 CALI Conference for Law School Computing

Presenter(s):
Greg Clinton, North Carolina Central University School of Law
James Beckwith, Jr., North Carolina Central University School of Law
Pamela Glean, North Carolina Central University School of Law

"From Classroom to Clinic: Unbound in Time and Space"
This session will expand on previous CALI presentations of "Faculty As End Users of Technology" and return to a discussion on teaching and technology. Greg Clinton, Director of Information Technology will moderate while Professor Beckwith will discuss teaching techniques and best practices in a smart classroom, emphasizing effective use of computer, audio, and video enhancements. He will discuss classroom capture systems and the advantages of a split-screen archive that is searchable by the minute on a given date. He will contrast evolving courtroom technology with that of the classroom. The same issues that confront students in a classroom apply to jurors, judges, and other participants in a courtroom. Pamela Glean, Assistant Dean for Clinical Programs will discuss clinic and courtroom technology.

Schedule info
Time slot:
23 June 14:30 - 15:30
Room:
433B
Audience
Track:
Faculty
Librarian
Technologist

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