This post rounds up information and links on law MOOCs and MOOCery – thanks to @richards1000 for his help. It’s seems it’s still pretty early days, but we’ll keep this page updated (see below) with any further information we find – leave a comment or tweet @annindk if you can help, and in particular if [...]
It’s law conference season! I’m digital curator for #bileta13, so it merits a separate post. Here are the basics: website - programme (5 page PDF) available from conference proceedings page, together with yay! 44 pages of abstracts (PDF warning) and nine other docs Twitter - @bileta | #bileta13 (not on site) – see the searchable archive | network and statistics pre-conference buzz – [...]
The snow may still be falling on both sides of the North Sea but Easter is approaching, which means it’s law conference season. Following the Society of Legal Scholars 2012 conference I took a first look at the law teacher Twitter tribe and drew attention to some dirty laundry! In 2012 there was an average of 400 [...]
Update, 12 March 2013: round-up lists on ReInvent Law Silicon Valley from @richards1000 and tada! @computational, one of the organisers. ReInvent LawLondon is on 14 June. While 2012 may have seen a wider take up of event amplification approaches in some contexts, finding out about what went on an event is still not trivial, in [...]
#GikII was not your everyday law conference: (Word cloud created using Tagxedo, click for full size. Names, Twitter grammar and some common words removed. Annoyed about frame.) The GikII site is nice and simple with the 2012 event page already updated with slides, presentations etc. It’s really not that hard…they even had a Google+ event page. Shared links include Game [...]
The Society of Legal Scholars’ 2012 conference took place on 11-14 September. It’s the last, and the biggest, of the 2012 law subject association annual conferences.
During 2012 the SLS launched presences on both Twitter and Facebook, so this was the first annual conference to offer the potential for coordinated social media activity.
I worked in legal education in the UK for many years, and, as I state in my Twitter bio, I am fascinated by law teachers. I’ve written several posts already about law teachers’ use of social media and used legaled events to try out various event tools – I’ve now pulled these together in my [...]
Explanation: I have worked with UK law teachers for several years and have vague ideas about examining their use of social media as a test case for a range of research techniques, hence I tend to haunt legal events to gather some data. See my Law Teacher 2.0 series (and list of related posts to the [...]
In my previous post on #lawtechcamplondon I highlighted the continuing post-event buzz. In the week and half since the conference there have been 412 tweets - see Data and disruption for the full breakdown. This is interesting, event lifecycle watchers…convos around an event may eventually run their course, but if you look at the post-event [...]
LawTech Camp London was held in London on 29 June. Here’s my take on the early sessions, plus some broader reflections – part 2 on data to follow.