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Best Dave Cormier podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Dave Cormier podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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We talk about anything and everything related to technology in law schools. Hosted by David Dickens, Consulting Technologist at Pepperdine Law School, with co-hosts Ben Chapman, Asst. Dean for IT at Emory Law School; Jonathan Ezor, law professor and Director of the Institute for Business, Law & Technology at Touro Law School; and Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at Chicago-Kent College of Law. Our producer is Ed Myers, Media Services Coordinator at Temple School of Law. This ...
 
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Tweet 44:19 minutes (20.29 MB) I Have A Question#16 September 14, 2014 Featured Question: Jen has more questions surrounding the set up of a course or project website. While there is likely no "perfect" platform or solution, we contemplate important needs and key decisions. Participants Links Mentioned Jen's Online Course Needs Doc Desigers for Lea…
 
Tweet 30:01 minutes (13.74 MB) I Have A Question#15 July 27, 2014 Featured Question: The Ethics of Innovation Participants Links Mentioned Paul-Olivier Dehaye's Teaching Goes Massive on Coursera Reaction from: ELearnspace Inside Higher Ed All MOOCs , Multilitteratus Incognitus Rhizo#14 ED366 Learning Contract and Avoiding Resistance BETT Conference…
 
Tweet 27:14 minutes (24.94 MB) I Have A Question#13 June 30, 2014 Featured Question: So Jen, what should we know about service learning projects? Jen Presentations Links University of Saskatchewan Educational Technology & Design Studio Presentation Wiki (currently restricted) Designers for Learning (request for services) Connect with us on.. Twitte…
 
Tweet 28:27 minutes (26.05 MB) I Have A Question#12 June 22, 2014 Featured Question: How long will it take for educational technologists to just become educators? i.e. Should we not have had black boardists bookists photocopyists before? (Or maybe we did)? from Simon Ensor Participants Next Week's Question: To Be Determined. Please share your quest…
 
Tweet 31:38 minutes (28.97 MB) I Have A Question#10 June 8, 2014 Featured Question: How do we deal with lower skillset learners? Participants Next Week's Question: To Be Determined. Please share your questions and thoughts on our.... IHAQ#11 Event Pages (please note we'll be streaming 30 minutes early): Google+ Facebook Connect with us on.. Twitter…
 
Sorry about the technical difficulties in the live cast – here’s the whole thing! This week’s links: Tech fun: Amazon Warehouse Deals Vudu Woot Manage Twitter Tweetdeck Hootsuite Evernote Coding Sunlight Foundation LiveCode (and HyperCard) SuperCard (and HyperCard)ift Scratch Blockly IFTTT
 
David Dickens has a conversation with Dave Cormier, the 2012 CALI Conference for Law School Computing Thursday plenary speaker. Download here Dave’s day job is the Manager of Web Communications and Innovations at the University of Prince Edward Island. He is also well know as prime mover in the EdTechTalk community (http://www.edtechtalk.com/) and …
 
We talked about lots of great tech news this week, from personal URL shorteners to the return of Ze Frank to DYI tech news magazines. Links for this podcast: YOURLS: Your Own URL Shortener Shorten-It – an URL shortener that Elmer Masters is working on Domainr – Worldwide domain search Can Libya’s government bring down URL shortener bit.ly? Ze Frank…
 
In this week’s LSTT, we talked about our favorite April Fool’s jokes, tech news, and CALI Con: April Fools: Google Maps 8-bit for NES GMail Tap On the more serious side, 3/31 was Word Backup Day. We learned that we could make any printer AirPrint compatible. Even on Unix. And, of course, we discussed the 2012 CALI Conference. You can find videos fr…
 
In this week’s episode, we reminded ourselves that legal professionals also Tweet (and use other social networking tools) well. This week’s links: Social Media Law Student (some good resources if not current) Duty to Protect the Confidentiality of E-mail Communications with One’s Client Amazon’s Kindle Fire Tablet Raises Potential Privacy Concerns …
 
Check below for this week’s show on tech news. Links from the show: Arrington, Huffington, AOL, Editorial Integrity, and the Battle of Thermopylae Michael Arrington Wars with AOL, Fired from Editorial Position WikiLeaks Controversy Could Impact Newsgathering FTC Publishes Final Guides Governing Endorsements, Testimonials Ebook Services – Digital Co…
 
Download the complete Law School Tech Talk, Episode 15. At the 2011 CALI Conference for Law School Computing, David interviewed keynote speaker, Richard Nash, live. The result was a great conversation about everything from independent publishing to parenting. Have a listen. We’ll be taking the rest of the summer semester off, so see you in August. …
 
In this last episode of the school year, we talked about various tablets, learned that law students still Tweet badly after exams, and got ourselves geared up for June’s CALI conference in Milwaukee. See you in the fall! This week’s links: More about the Touchsmart 9300 And more about the TouchPad How HP will beat the competition About the ViewSoni…
 
In this week’s episode, we talked about using the HP Touchsmart and smart podiums in the classroom, found more law students who were clueless about Twitter, recommended a few PowerPoint tips, and reminised about the history of computing in law schools with Ken Hirsh. This week’s links: HP Touchsmart (and the model we discussed) SMART podium interac…
 
This week, we featured the panelists as our special guests. We talked about virtual servers; reviewed the iPad, TouchPad and other tablets; discovered a few more law students Tweeting badly; discussed security issues; and announced the new Law School Ed Tech blog. This week’s links: Microsoft Multipoint – a multi-user server Kaviza – virtual deskto…
 
In this week’s episode, we talked to Michael Muntean of Turning Technologies about clickers in the classroom. We also discussed the Nokia “burning platform” memo, and, of course, law students tweeting badly. This week’s links: The Nokia memo The HP Touchpad ABA Article on the dangers of social media CALI Instapoll Mazur and the chaotic classroom…
 
This week, we talked about the pros and cons of QR codes, heard more examples of law students abusing Twitter, and discussed open source casebooks with special guest John Mayer, CALI’s Executive Director. This week’s links: Wikipedia on QR Codes CALI’s QR Code Library Tour Project ISO standard for QR Codes More on QR Codes from the original patent …
 
This week, we were our own special guests. John, Debbie, and Ben provided wrap ups for this year’s most important technological innovations for law schools and speculated about what’s on the horizon for 2011. And, of course, we also featured this week’s Law Students Tweeting Badly. No links this week, but check out our live Tweet stream (hashtag #l…
 
In this week’s episode, we discussed Google TV, yet more law students behaving badly on Twitter, why law schools need to pay attention to their social media reputations, and talked with special guest Rich McCue of the University of Victoria about how to save money – and the planet – with innovative green IT projects. This week’s links: Google TV Un…
 
In this week’s podcast, we discussed SSRN’s new print-on-demand service, discussed Touro Law School’s Social Media Day of Giving, examined this week’s Law Students Behaving Badly Tweet, and interviewed Doug Edmunds, Assistant Dean of IT at University of North Carolina School of Law. This week’s links: SSRN to Sell Hard Copies of Papers for $9.99 (W…
 
This week’s episode featured lawyer and social media expert Nichole Black (NY Law Blog and Law Tech Talk). In this podcast, we discussed Chrome OS, law students Tweeting badly (the building’s on fire?), as well as legal ethics, cloud computing, and the implications for the practice of law. Note: the sound is a little scratchy. This week’s links fro…
 
We decided to take a break from Toms. This week, we asked Jamie Butler, Director of IT at UC Davis School of Law, to talk to us about digital signage and other fun issues. This week’s podcast also featured a lively discussion about libraries using Netflix and the T.E.A.C.H. act, using the C-SPAN video library in law classes, and the latest less-tha…
 
Featuring our third Tom – Tom Ryan, CALI veteran and Director of Information Technology at Rutgers Camden. In this this week’s podcast we talked about the latest iterations of electronic casebooks and e-study guides, Jonathan Ezor shared his law school tweets of the week, and Tom Ryan talked about technology in Rutgers’ new building. Link of the we…
 
This week’s podcast features Tom Bruce, co-founder and director of the Legal Information Institute at the Cornell Law School, discussing his keynote speech from this year’s CALI conference — “The Earl of Kent, or How to Bother“, his career at LII, and whether law school is a Ponzi scheme. Links from this week’s podcast: Awesome color pictures of Ru…
 
This week’s podcast features Tom Boone, reference librarian at Loyola Law School, discussing his Redbox Ignite presentation from the 2010 CALI conference. Links from this podcast: “No one noes” from the A List Apart weblog and Ben’s post discussing the article CALI Ignite sessions (Tom’s presentation is first) CALI’s new Free Legal Research website…
 
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