Thanks to all for a wonderful Cyberweek. The conference in its entirety will remain available for discussion and reflection here on the ADRHub.
The Cyberweek 2013 planning committee once again is proud to facilitate a fascinating week of conversation and exploration of all things related to Online Dispute Resolution. The ADRHub is a perfect venue to allow for both synchronous and asynchronous opportunities for engagement. Hundreds of participants from around the world can participate either live, or on their own time within all of the venues available this week. Please be sure to review the entire program schedule to ensure you do not miss a topic or activity that will meet your interests as a scholar, practitioner, or citizen interested in the integration of technology and dispute resolution processes. As a registered member of the ADRHub you can contribute to the discussion by posting comments or questions within each forum at this year’s conference. Please also feel free to share your experience along the way on twitter using #cyberweek.
Enjoy the week!!
Cyberweek 2013 includes many live webinars, live demonstrations, discussion forums, simulations, contests, twitter chats, and more. There are activities all week in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. This homepage will be updated on a daily basis highlighting engaging activities for you to participate in each day. Please check out the links below to see the entire schedule in each language.
ONGOING ACTIVITIES OPEN THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:
Synchronous Technology to Engage a Broader Spectrum of the Population in Resolving Community Disputes
Presented by Larry Schooler
We will roll out two topic based discussion forums on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Once the discussion forum opens, it will remain open for conversation throughout the week. Please do come back and check in on the flow of the conversation throughout Cyberweek.
Continuing Discussion Forums:
Enjoy the week!!
Please take some time to visit the websites of our collaborators to see the wonderful work they are doing: