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Welcome to CALIcon17, the 27th Annual CALI Conference for Law School Computing.

Wednesday, June 14
  • Sponsor setup at the law school 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM in room 171
  • Registration from 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM in room 555Pizza and soft drinks will be served.
  • Presenters Meeting (optional) 6:00 Pm - 6:30 PM in room 450

Thursday - Friday

  • CALIcon17 registration and check-in 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM in room 267
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Friday, June 16 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Bye-bye Yellow Pad: Mobile Device and Cloud Solutions

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It is time to think in new ways about mobile devices and cloud storage. With the right program in place and guidance from your IT organization, students, faculty members and administrative offices can find new efficiency in non-paper solutions. Two IT directors from Campbell Law and Duke Law describe hardware/software programs designed to do just that.
Larry Essary will describe Campbell Law’s partnerships with Sony’s Digital Paper (portable pdf editor) and Citrix’ ShareFile (cloud storage). Essary is working to identify a variety of uses of these technologies, which to date include faculty grading of final exams, weekly legal writing assignments, and bar preparation essays. Faculty and staff have also used the Digital Paper to “carry” hundreds of pages of materials when they travel to conferences, while retaining the ability to markup pages and save them for later review or sharing with colleagues. Effectiveness and efficiency are achieved by not printing documents, allowing faculty members to grade anywhere at any time and not using email resources for providing access to the document by faculty and student. The Digital Paper’s Wi-Fi capability and a ShareFile app for the DP allow for automatic synchronization, so that changes to files are safe, even if the DP is lost or damaged. Internal storage has the capacity for thousands of pdf documents and there is a micro SD slot for further expansion. Another potential use case is student notetaking. Several scientific studies have shown that information retention can be increased when taking notes by hand, rather than typing on a laptop. Again, having a digital copy for easy review and sharing is an additional benefit.
Wayne Miller will discuss Duke Law’s Digital First project, which makes use of iPad Minis and Box.com. The outlines of this initiative were discussed at last year’s CALI. In the context of this presentation, we will look specifically at the “workflows” developed to support a variety of courses. A workflow is a carefully vetted and documented set of steps used to satisfy an identified exercise or project need. Data is stored on and retrieved from students’ Duke Box accounts for use within selected apps. We will look at the details of workflows for knowledge management, image and document capture, annotation, recording, videoconferencing, and collaborative authoring. In one course, rather than create workflows, Academic Technologies staff members consulted with individual students regarding their software and presentation needs. The project continues to evolve with new courses and improving software.

Speakers
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Larry Essary

Director of Information Technology, Campbell Law School
Larry Essary joined Campbell Law School as the Director of Information Technology on August 5, 2013. He brings more than 30 years of experience in the information technology field, including capital budgeting and project management, strategic planning and risk management, and... Read More →
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Wayne Miller

Assistant 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... Read More →



Friday June 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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