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Please feel free to ask about anything related to ODR. Among other things, I would be interested in your reactions or suggestions concerning odr.info  The Web site has been complete redone recently with the idea of encouraging more community involvement and providing more resources. As only one example,we have posted one of the very first articles about ODR, Ian Macduff's Flames on the Wire published in 1994.

Well, I for one think the site looks great! :)

However, we do need to figure out how to solve the spam comments issue.

Do you think we need more content?  More images?  For instance, we could roll a lot of this ADRHub Cyberweek content through there, and feature some of the choice bits.

I'd love to get some concrete feedback from folks.

rah

Ethan,

 

The site looks good- easy to navigate the tabs and sub-sections to each.

 

Colin,

 

As far as spam- what we do now if review all new members before signing up to prevent spam explosions.  For blogs and comments, reviewing comments prior to publishing helps on my blogs.  That said, it adds more work for someone as they then have to review each and everyone which also increases the time for people to see their comment go 'live'.

Hey there!

Great job on Cyberweek.  I'd like to ask a favor.  Where is a good place to post our upcoming events - the webinar on government use of ODR:

http://internetbar.org./government-2-0/

 

and, a request to all of Cyberweek's attendees to  go to the link below and write about govt ODR applications they are aware of all over the world - Dave Bilinsky and I are writing an article for the ABA's virtual magazine on this - and, we want to mention Cyberweek, odr.info and so forth - see the link below

 

http://iboinstitute.ning.com/forum/topics/odr-around-the-world-the-...

 

Thanks

 

Jeff Aresty

Thanks  for the info Jeff. the ADRHub is a great place to share the event and also create a post to request submissions for your research.

The event can be posted under the events tab, and the request for submissions would work well in the general news and articles tab.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Hello All,

First I would like to start off by saying that I really enjoyed cyberweek! This was my first time participating in the cyberweek festivities and I was very pleased with the dialogue and communication.  The webinars were extremely informative and I was able to obtain beneficial information that will assist me in my ODR class.  As it relates to ideas for the next cyberweek, I noticed that there were not many participants in the webinar sesssions that I attended.  Perhaps next year the committee may want to consider having a giveaway contest or small gifts for the participants because I believe that this may help to garner more traffic and participation.  Also, had it not been for my professor, I would have never known that this event was even taking place so perhaps more marketing/advertising of cyberweek maybe needed.  I'm only making these suggestions because I believe that the information that was discussed this week is important and that more people should be made aware of ODR.  Which leads me to the question; how many people annually participate in the cyberweek webinars and events?

Thanks for a great Cyberweek!

 

I got a lot out of it, and will help spread the word for next year.

 

Sincerely,

Skip

Christopher - thanks for the suggestions! Good ideas.
Keep an eye out on ADRHub, and on ODR.info (the central ODR portal) - at some point over the next couple of weeks I'll get together some thoughts as well as numbers, for a final Cyberweek summary.

Best - Noam


Christopher Jauron Hood said:

Hello All,

First I would like to start off by saying that I really enjoyed cyberweek! This was my first time participating in the cyberweek festivities and I was very pleased with the dialogue and communication.  The webinars were extremely informative and I was able to obtain beneficial information that will assist me in my ODR class.  As it relates to ideas for the next cyberweek, I noticed that there were not many participants in the webinar sesssions that I attended.  Perhaps next year the committee may want to consider having a giveaway contest or small gifts for the participants because I believe that this may help to garner more traffic and participation.  Also, had it not been for my professor, I would have never known that this event was even taking place so perhaps more marketing/advertising of cyberweek maybe needed.  I'm only making these suggestions because I believe that the information that was discussed this week is important and that more people should be made aware of ODR.  Which leads me to the question; how many people annually participate in the cyberweek webinars and events?

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