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[CALIcon16] Awesome session schedule is now available!


The first draft of the CALIcon16 schedule is live at
There are over 55 excellent sessions on the agenda this year with
something for everyone. Topics range from formative assessment to
technology in teaching to managing IT to open law.

We know that travel budgets are tight for a lot of you, but CALIcon is
a great conference that will connect you with colleagues dealing with
many of the same sorts of issues.

Open Position - Instructional Services Librarian

The Yale Law Library has an opening for an Instructional Services Librarian. Details are on our web site at:, attached, and below. Note the emphasis in using technology in the classroom might interest some here.

Instructional Services Librarian
Lillian Goldman Law Library
Yale University

Please Apply at:

[job announcement] Senior Drupal dev at NY State Senate


Here's another one of possible interest to all the Drupalers out
there. Full details at

"The New York State Senate is recruiting an experienced Drupal
Developer to extend, customize, and maintain its public-facing
website, is a prominent, highly-trafficked (2m+ visitors annually)
civic engagement platform that has been lauded in the mainstream media
and government technology circles. It provides customizable web pages
for the Senate, 63 member offices, and 40+ legislative committees.

[job announcement] Harvard Law Library LIL is looking for a Python developer for the project

Thought this might be of interest to anyone looking for a new gig. See for all the details.

"Python Web Developer - Project

Who we are

LIL is a small startup shop embedded in the world's largest academic
law library. We build open-source experiments and share them with the

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Application & Web Programmer Posting @ University of Colorado Law School

Fellow 'Noids-

If you or anyone you know is interested in a gig here at Colorado Law in beautiful Boulder, Colorado please check out our job posting seeking an Application & Web Programmer for CRM. I'm happy to answer any questions off-list-just drop me a line.


Have a great summer,

Jon Sibray, MBA
IT Director
303-492-6119 | 505-220-5017

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Interactive monitors in classrooms

Hey all,

I wanted to do a quick survey to see which, if any, of you have some sort of interactive monitor attached to your podiums in the classroom. We have several SMARTpodiums in our larger classrooms. Turns out they are no longer made or really supported on the software front.

[CALIcon16] Lots o' Sessions and an extension on hotel rooms


Just 34 days until CALIcon16 gets under way at GSU College of Law
right here in Atlanta GA. I wanted to take a couple of minutes to
bring y'all up to date on a few things.

Sessions! We have a full agenda with 49 regular sessions, 8 New Voices
sessions, and 3 sponsor sessions. We have 4 broad tracks, Course
Management, Case Studies, Experiential Learning, and Technology.
Topics covered include free and open law, law practice management,
access to justice, leveraging technology to teach, social media, law
school IT management, and more.

[CALIcon16] Join us on Slack!


Have questions about CALIcon16? Want to interact with your fellow
attendees? Just wondering what all the fuss is about? We've got an app
for that! I've set up a Slack community for the CALICon16 that will be
used to answer these sorts of questions and more. To join the
community head on over to, enter your
email address, and request an invite. Hope to see y'all there.

And, thanks to everyone who took time to vote for sessions. We're
going through things now and making decisions about which sessions get
on the agenda.