Pedagogy to Practice: Maximizing Legal Education with Technology

Technology Infrastructure and Support Panel

Videoconferencing in U.S. Law Schools

John E. Christensen, Library Director and Professor of Law

Washburn University School of Law

16 Oct 2004

 

Suggested Readings to Get Started

 

John Rhodes, Videoconferencing for the Real World: Implementing Effective Visual Communications Systems (Focal Press, 2001). 239 pp.

 

Steven Shepard, Videoconferencing Demystified: Making Video Services Work

(McGraw-Hill, 2002). 339 pp.

 

Survey of Videoconferencing in U.S. Law Schools

 

Printable Law School Videoconferencing Survey Form (Sep 2004) at http://jechristensen.com

 

Electronic Version of Survey for Data Submission at

http://www.teknoids.net/teksurvey/public/survey.php?name=LSVC2

 

Selected Web Sites

 

WashLaw Web Video Conferencing (includes links to major vendors)

http://washlaw.edu

 

United States Distance Learning Association

http://usdla.org

 

EduComm Conference at InfoComm 2005 (Las Vegas June 8-10, 2005)

http://www.universitybusiness.com/page.cfm?id=437

 

time and date.com (World Clock, Time Zone Converter)

http://www.timeanddate.com

 

World Time Server (By Country or Major Cities)

http://www.worldtimeserver.com

 

World Time Zone.com (Current time around the World and time zone maps)

http://www.worldtimezone.com

 

Contact Info

 

John E. Christensen (email john.christensen@washburn.edu, phone 785.231.1088)