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Episode 27 – Office licensing, Scholastica, and Google Hangouts

In this episode, we talked about the lack of transferability of Office 2013 licenses, Scholastica and ExpressO, and using Google Hangouts for lectures in a weather emergency.  Coming soon: Analytics and SalesForce.   This episode’s links: Washington & Lee Law Library Law Journal Rankings Reassessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace (1997 article […]

Interview with Dave Cormier, CALICon12 Thursday Plenary Speaker

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 has been […]

Episode 24

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 […]

Episode 23: CALI Con

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 […]

Episode 22: Welcome to 2012

Catching up on all the latest tech news, including Apple’s latest publishing initiative. This week’s links: Ben Chapman’s Storify eLangdell printing announcement Apple no longer will replace glass under a 1-time policy Making eBooks for Fun and No Profit Writer2ePub Calibre InDesign Other authoring apps

Episode 21: Special Library Episode

In this episode, we discussed the library tech exprience with special guests Susanna Leers and Ken Hirsh. This week’s link: Welcome to the post-digital world, an exhilarating return to civility – via Facebook and Lady Gaga

Episode 20

In this episode, we discussed the experience of technology as well as student engagement.  Special guest: John Mayer from CALI. This week’s link: Welcome to the post-digital world, an exhilarating return to civility – via Facebook and Lady Gaga  

Episode 18 – Special Guest, Sarah Glassmeyer

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 Amazon Silk FAQ Defining “creepy […]

Episode 16: Welcome Back

Law School Tech Talk returned on Monday, August 29, 2011 11:00 AM EDT with a back-to-school edition.  We spoke about what we saw during orientation this year, what we need to do, and what we anticipate as being the ongoing challenges for the new year.

Episode 15: Live from the CALI Conference

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 […]