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WGDLLE Online Group Meetings 2017-2018

From Ginger Stinson – Hunt  <gingershunt@email.arizona.edu>

Mark Your Calendars!

Our first WGDLLE meeting will be Friday, September 29th at 10:00 AM Arizona or MST time. The Zoom link for all the meetings will be: https://zoom.us/j/2114186900. The topics for the September meeting will be emailed within the next week. All meetings will be recorded and posted on the WGDLLE website.

The meeting schedule for the year is (yep, I’m ahead this year):

 

Friday, September 29, 2017 – 10:00am Mountain Time (Meeting ID=211 418 6900)

Friday October 27, 2017 – 10:00am Mountain Time (Meeting ID=211 418 6900)

Thursday November 30, 2017 – 10:00am Mountain Time (Meeting ID=211 418 6900)

Friday February 23, 2018 – 10:00am Mountain Time (Meeting ID=211 418 6900)

Friday April 27, 2018 – 10:00am Mountain Time (Meeting ID=211 418 6900)

 

 

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Meeting Notes from CALICon17 – 7/15/17 Phoenix

WGDLLE Meeting
CALI Conference 2017

Meetings

  • Every last Friday of the month at 1 pm EST
  • Start this September
    • Sept, Oct, Nov
    • Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr
  • Speakers? Topics?  Work on an artifact for the community?  Discussions?
  • Meeting Format Suggestions
    • One month–>talk about a chapter then revise it if needed
    • Next month–>topic presentation based on group interested (e.g. group work in online environments)

Group Mission (Does this need to be redefined? Answer at this time – no)

  • WGDLLE exists to facilitate online learning in the legal education space
  • There are potential advocacy roles for the group, but these tend to be tied to specific opportunities around specific individuals who are able to influence specific situations

Distance Learning in Legal Education: Book Updates

  • Make the Book into a Wiki
  • CALI will host the Wiki (Elmer to make it so)
  • A wiki will make it easier to edit the various sections and also collaborate
  • Suggested updates:
    • Regulations/Accreditation (e.g. NC-SARA)
    • Section on online pedagogy (this was originally purposely left out because there was already a lot of information available online)
    • Discussion/persuasion on how the principles of general online learning can apply to legal education (we’re not that different)
    • Waivers from the ABA, variances

Miscellaneous

  • Currently, have 93 individuals on the WGDLLE mailing list
  • Create a survey and send out to everyone to gauge what everyone is up to regarding online education.  Share with the group.
  • UPCEA.edu – An excellent resource for online education• Possible WGDLLE lunch at AALS?
  • Possible WGDLLE lunch at AALS?

 

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WGDLLE group meeting at CALICon17 in Phoenix, AZ.

Friday, June 16 • 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Is your law school doing ANYTHING that involves distance learning? You should grab some lunch and come to the meeting of the Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Educastion (WGDLLE or “wiggle-dooley”). No set agenda, but we will be talking about community building, possible future projects and you can sign up for the discussion list.

The meeting will start about 15-20 mins after lunch starts to give you time to grab food.

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WGDLLE Feb Meeting (online)

Matthew Bochniak invites you to join this WebEx meeting on Friday, 2/23/17 from
1:00-2:00 PM EST.

WGDLLE Feb Meeting
Friday, February 24, 2017
1:00 pm | Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00) | 1 hr

THANK YOU to all the presenters.
Video from the meeting coming soon. 

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Video of 1/27/17 WGDLLE Meeting

We had a very productive meeting last Friday. If you were not able to join us, the link of the recording is:

https://gwu.webex.com/gwu/ldr.php?RCID=1f1f575b0009ca1200f236cc730be6f9​

 

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WGDLLE Meetup – Online – 1pm EST January 27, 2017 – UPDATED

The next WGDLLE Online Meetup will be January 27, 2017 at 1pm EST.  It will be a Webex meeting.  Details for connecting will be an update to this post soon.

WGDLLE – January 2017 Meeting
Format: WebEx Webinar
Topics:

  1. Distance Learning Track at CaliCon 2017
  2. Introduction to CALI’s LessonLive Service/Tool
  3.  Online Module Showcase: Ginger Hunt, University of Arizona (each
    month we will ask a WGDLLE member to showcase a blended, hybrid or online learning module)​

When: Friday, January 27, 2017
1:00 pm | Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00) | 1 hr
Meeting number (access code): 739 561 036
Meeting password: X3tt7YqU

CALI LESSONS WE WILL BE USING FOR THE LESSONLIVE DEMO

The Parol Evidence Rule

Hearsay From Square One: The Definition of Hearsay

Homicide (Defining Death and Life)

 

Be there, at a distance!

 

 

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SEALS Electronic Education Committee Call for Papers

I thought this might be of interest to folks..

SEALS Call For Papers (PDF)

SEALS Electronic Education Committee Call for Papers

Your use of online education strategies and/or technologies
as part of a course or instructional program.

Submit a short (2 to 4 page) paper focusing on your use of online education strategies
and/or technologies as part of a course or instructional program. This can be an
asynchronous, synchronouSEALS Call For Paperss, blended or face to face course, activity or program.

The papers will be reviewed by the SEALS Electronic Education Committee. Abstracts for papers meeting the template criteria will be published in the SEALS 2017 Electronic Education Program, and will be made available in full on the SEALS 2017 Electronic Education web site. Authors of accepted papers will be offered the opportunity to present their paper, either in person or online, at the SEALS 2017 conference.

Friday, January 20, 2017 is the deadline for submissions.

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Fall 2016 Online Meeting – Slides

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I and others will have more to say about the Fall Meeting held last week.  In the meantime, here are the slides from the meeting:  wdglle-fall-meeting-2016.pptx  and  distance-learning-components-in-on-campus-classes

 

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WGDLLE Meeting Today, October 21 at 12noon CST

I am hoping that most folks got this information from the discussion list mailing, but just in case, here is the meeting information…

WGDLLE – Biannual Meeting
Friday, October 21, 2016

1:00 pm | Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)

Link to meeting – https://gwu.webex.com/gwu/j.php?MTID=mb6576db8e50a6da51b961030a08d983d

Meeting number (access code): 732 553 236

Meeting password: MkWedJUP

Agenda:

  • Welcome (2 minutes)
  • Introductions (5-8 minutes)
  • History of Group and WGDLLE resources (website, listserv, book) (5 minutes)
  • Instructional Design services/roles in legal education and hiring practices (10 minutes)
  • Adding distance learning components to on-campus classes (10 minutes)
  • Challenges and opportunities for asynchronous courses in a JD Program (10 minutes)
  • ABA Standards for Distance Education (10 minutes)
  • Q & A (5 minutes)
  • Business Items – Next meeting, ideas for CALI for online learning track
  • Farewell (1 minute)

Use the discussion list for followup.  If you are NOT on the discussion list, send me (jmayer@cali.org) an email and I will add you.

 

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Finally … The Book “Distance Learning in Legal Education: Design, Delivery and Recommended Practices” is Done!

blogcoverI am absolutely thrilled to announce the publication of the the book..

Distance Learning in Legal Education: Design, Delivery and Recommended Practices (2015 Edition).  

… from the Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education.

Right now, you can download a PDF version of the book … here.

You can also download a Microsoft Word version of the book … here.

You can purchase a printed copy of the book from LuLu.com here.

We set the cost of purchasing to the cost of printing.  There is no profit margin in the price for CALI or the Working Group.  We want the information in this book to be shared as far and wide as possible.   This book contains the collective and condensed wisdom of dozens of law school professionals and faculty  who have worked on distance learning projects at their home institutions.  It is a true group effort and CALI is delighted to be helping out with its distribution.

In the very near future, you will be able to view an HTML-readable online version of the book and we will be creating .epub and .mobi versions that are compatible with Kindles, Ipads and Androids smartphones.

Everyone who contributed to the discussions, drafting-a-athons, editing and ideas has much to be proud of.  This book is an excellent resource for law schools, Deans, Associate Deans, Law Faculty and anyone in legal education charged with starting up or running a distance learning project.  TOC

A glance at the Table of Contents should tell you that all the salient issues are covered.

CALI plans to ship a free, printed copy of the book to every law school in the near future.  It will probably be mailed directly to the Dean of every CALI-member law school, but in the meantime, the PDF, web and ebook versions will always be available online for free.

If you find typos, errors or formatting mistakes, please let me know by putting them in the comments.  I will periodically update the electronic files.

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