Video: Do-It-Yourself Web Pages

The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) gave me a blast from the past today when they announced that they had uploaded videos from their past annual conferences to Youtube.  I have been fortunate enough to speak at a few of these conferences.  It is funny to be able to look back and see what my presentation – on faculty creating their own course-related Web pages – appeared like to the audience.  The topic is almost comically dated, in these days of content management systems and learning management systems.  I spoke following Laura Gasaway and Bill Slomanson, both of whom gave the faculty perspective.  Here is our presentation from 1998.


David Whelan

I improve information access and lead information teams. My books on finding information and managing it and practicing law using cloud computing reflect my interest in information management, technology, law practice, and legal research. I've been a library director in Canada and the US, as well as directing the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center. I speak and write frequently on information, technology, law library, and law practice issues.