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PEDAGOGY & TEACHING ONLINE
VIDEO TUTORIALS & TEACHING RESOURCES
Ann Nowak, Touro Law Writing Center Director and Lynne Kramer, Touro Law Faculty
"The first two are quick how-tos on equipment that could be helpful and features that help you and your space look camera-ready. The last two videos are different recordings of a single conversation between me, in which we talk about some practical tips that aren't covered in most help videos. We also talk about using different features for different types of classroom activities."
Online Learning Consortium - Webinars
ADVICE ABOUT ONLINE TEACHING & LEARNING
Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Arkansas State University
Please do a bad job of putting your courses online - I’m absolutely serious.
Kyle Courtney, Harvard Law
COVID-19, Copyright, & Library Superpowers (Part I)
COVID-19, Copyright, & Library Superpowers (Part II)
Bridget Crawford, Pace Law
Tips for Teaching Law Classes Online in the Event of a COVID-19 Shut Down of Law Schools
Flower Darby, Chronicle of Higher Education
How to Be a Better Online Teacher - ADVICE GUIDE
Jacqueline D. Lipton, University of Pittsburgh - School of Law
Distance Legal Education: Lessons from the *Virtual* Classroom
Agnieszka McPeak, Duquesne University School of Law
Asynchronous Online Law School Teaching: A Few Observations
Ellen Podgor, Stetson
Teaching a Live Synchronous Distance Learning Course: A Student Focused Approach
Allie Robbins, CUNY Law
Thoughts for Law Professors Contemplating Moving to Virtual Classes
U OF U - TEACHING & LEARNING TECHNOLOGY
TLT: QUICK START GUIDE TO TEACHING ONLINE
These modules were created by Teaching & Learning Technologies. Each is its own module in Canvas, teaching basic Canvas skills to get up an running quickly.
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
- Pandemic Pedagogy: Law in a Time of Coronavirus This group was created from the Pandemic Pedagogy group, intended to focus specifically on law teaching (and ABA Standards) issues related to taking legal instruction online.
- Pandemic Pedagogy Educators, students, and others share insights, best (and worst) practices, advice, successes, challenges, and research about converting to fully online instruction during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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