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CALI 2004 Conference Webcasts Now Available

Couldn't make it to last month's CALI Conference for Law School Computing in Seattle. That's ok - the nice folks at CALI are making Webcasts of most programs available on their Web site.

From CALI News:

"Some 60 sessions dealing with topics from distance education to ABA standards to blogging are now linked through the 2004 Conference agenda. To view the webcast for a particular session, locate the session on the agenda and follow the webcast in the session description. All webcasts require Windows Media Player 9.

In addition to the webcasts, many sessions include Power Point presentations and/or other documents. Not all of the presentations are linked at this time, so check back if there are no slides available for the session you are interested in."