MediaNotes for IT staff

 

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MEDIANOTES is no longer under development and CALI Staff cannot answer questions about its use or configuration.  We will continue to host these pages for the remaining users who are aware of its idiosyncrasies and limitations.   

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Who is using MediaNotes?

  • BYU Law School Prof. Larry Farmer, Interviewing & Counseling
  • California Western School of Law Prof. Bob Seibel, Interviewing & Counseling
  • Stanford Law School Gould Negotiation and Mediation Program
  • Temple University School of Law Dean Shyam Nair, Mock Litigation Team
  • Villanova Law School Dean David Santee, Trial Advocacy

MediaNotes provides instructors with an easy way to give students objective feedback on their recorded performances. It's a video-annotation tool that lets learners and mentors mark up videos with tags and notes to identify strengths and areas of improvements. MediaNotes lets you make better use of your existing digital video capabilities.

MediaNotes is free for professors, lecturers, librarians, and other staff of law schools who belong to CALI.

Share your experiences

Please also join the MediaNotes community so you can ask and answer questions about MediaNotes on our discussion forums.