ODR Cyberweek 2008

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Welcome to ODR Cyberweek 2008

 

Announcements

 

Friday, October 16, 2008

  • TheMediationRoom Role Play Opportunity: The Mediation Room.com (http://www.TheMediationRoom.com) has set up a role play for Cyberweek. Visitors can log in as various characters and advance the mediation in a workplace injury claim.
  • New Discussion To Debrief the Juripax Role-Playing - Please tell us what you thought of the experience.
  • A teleconference seminar program on the topic "Beyond same place, same time" which is for ADR practitioners generally and including those who are just getting their feet wet with online dispute resolution.  The one-hour program will be held Friday, October 17, at 4 pm Eastern/1 pm Pacific.
    Join seminar presenters Colin Rule, Graham Ross, Robert Ambrogi, Sam Edwards, Gini Nelson, John DeBruyn, and others who are into technology and dispute resolution for a range of views concerning how to adapt an ADR practice to involving resolving disputes online. The seminar presenters have posted a document on the web using Google Docs to share during their discussions - once you are signed up we will send you the URL.
    • If you want to participate you MUST SIGN UP (Email the Center w/ Subject Line Friday Cyberweek Seminar) - we have a limited capacity.
    • We will send you details via email
    • If you miss the seminar we will post the content online later today.
  • If you aren't playing in the Smartsettle One competition, it's not too late and it won't take long (est. 1.5 asynchronous hours). The competition deadline has been extended to midnight GMT on Monday. We designed this event for the Law Schools but everyone at Cyberweek is welcome to join. Have you been wondering how >Smartsettle One achieved such a remarkable settlement rate at ODR 2008? Watch two short videos to see how this eNegotiation system:
    • delivers the benefits of blind bidding without blind bids,
    • is designed with interactive graphics for early intervention, and
    • rewards the party that moves most quickly to the Zone of Agreement.
  • Time Conversion For Real Time Events? Click HERE.

 

Thursday, October 16, 2008

  • Podcast - InternetBar Organization: "The Resolutionary Method of Conflict Resolution, Applicable Globally Through the Five Step Approach to Managing Cross Cultural Concerns in Global Settings," with Stuart Levine and Jane Smith. Access number: 641-715-3436, access code: 195405#
  • What is the eBay Community Court? eBay Community Court is a court comprised soley of eBay members. eBay members serve as Jury members to decide if an appealed negative feedback is justified. The Community Court software can be used for various platforms ranging from small claims courts, arbitration cases, adjudication, ombudsman offices, and other areas where decisions are required.
  • Time Conversion For Real Time Events? Click HERE.

 

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

  • What is the eBay Community Court? eBay Community Court is a court comprised soley of eBay members. eBay members serve as Jury members to decide if an appealed negative feedback is justified. The Community Court software can be used for various platforms ranging from small claims courts, arbitration cases, adjudication, ombudsman offices, and other areas where decisions are required.
  • QuickTime, Mp4, or Flash Video of Simulated ODR Brainstorm with Storm2, NCTDR's prototype ODR process generator reflecting the recognition that ODR software must be highly robust and flexible. Storm2 was produced by the Laser Lab in the Computer Science Department at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst to provide National Mediation Board mediators with ODR tools to support labor-management conlict resolution.
  • We need a few more of you to try Juripax Early Dispute Resolution System. Join other Cyberweek participants in an abbreviated role play supported by Juripax. If you're interested please Email The Center (Subject Line: JURIPAX role play) to sign up.
  • Time Conversion For Real Time Events? Click HERE

 

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

  • QuickTime, Mp4, or Flash Video of Simulated ODR Brainstorm with Storm2, NCTDR's prototype ODR process generator reflecting the recognition that ODR software must be highly robust and flexible. Storm2 was produced by the Laser Lab in the Computer Science Department at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst to provide National Mediation Board mediators with ODR tools to support labor-management conlict resolution. Explore Storm2 and join Dan Rainey and Alan Gaitenby in the Discussion Forum to pursue these subjects.
  • Try Juripax Early Dispute Resolution System for Yourself! Join other Cyberweek participants in an abbreviated role play supported by Juripax. If you're interested please Email The Center (Subject Line: JURIPAX role play) to sign up - you will be provided instructions and case information.
  • Tuesday's New Discussion: Collaborative e-Painting and Peacemaking It has often been observed that online technology facilitates working on a single text. This discussion, featuring some work by Leah Wing, Faculty of Legal Studies and Director of Dispute Resolution, suggests that there are opportunities for peacemaking through collaboration on the creation of images. How might this work and what value would it have?
  • Call for papers: Disputes, Technology and Law: Expanding the Boundaries of Online Dispute Resolution - The 2009 International Forum on Online Dispute Resolution Haifa, Israel June 34, 2009
  • Time Conversion For Real Time Events? Click HERE.

 

Monday, October 13, 2008

  • Cyberweek 2008 Begins!
  • Juripax Early Dispute Resolution System Demonstration: Watch NCTDR Fellows and Friends in a Juripax supported role play - or try it out for yourself. Demonstraion role play communications will be posted for all to observe during the first few days of Cyberweek.
  • Try Juripax Yourself! Join other Cyberweek members in an abbreviated online Role Plays supported by Juripax: If you're interested please Email The Center (Subject Line: JURIPAX role play) to sign up - you will be provided instructions and case information.
  • Time Conversion For Real Time Events? Click HERE.

 

 

 

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