Hands-On Deep Dive into the New Relativity 9.6 Academic Workbook
Relativity has created a new curriculum workbook on Relativity 9.6, the newest version of Relativity. Join us for a three-hour deep dive into what it contains, how to teach each section, and how to get ready to roll it out in your next e-discovery course. This is a hands on class and computers will be provided.
Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity
Creating Assignments for the New Relativity 9.6 Academic Workbook
More is better—especially when learning about Relativity. The Academic curriculum helps you integrate Relativity into your course, but how do you send your students out on the job hunt with some verifiable tangible skills? Join us for a session that will cover how to teach the building of layouts, saved searches, and clustering in Relativity Analytics.
Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity Carissa Guillen - Instructional Design Specialist, Relativity
Academic Partners: Building a Community
Are you a member of the Relativity Academic community? The Relativity community is where all the Academic curriculum is stored. Professors need to be members of the community to access these resources. Come learn how to register and how to find just what you need. Twitter will also be covered in this session.
Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity Mila Taylor - Community Marketing Associate, Relativity Tammie Josifovic - Social Media and Online Community Specialist, Relativity
Academic Orientation for Scholarship Recipients and Professors
Professors, scholarship attendees, and first-time Academic Partners will get an overview of Relativity the company, key executives, how to use conference tools, and the importance of clear, concise communication when talking about and marketing their programs. We'll discuss future goals for the academic program and the industry, and also announce the winner of the Instructor of the Year award.
Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity Taylor Laabs - Corporate Communications Specialist, Relativity