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Emergency Online Teaching Resources – Law School Specific
As promised, I've recorded several videos to help out with teaching online generally and using Zoom specifically. 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 are different recordings of a single conversation between me, Ann Nowak (Touro Law Writing Center Director) and Lynne Kramer (Touro Law Professor, trial ad and negotiations) 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. Ann talks about her very interactive online Law Practice Management course as well as individual meetings for the Writing Center. Lynne talks about trial ad and negotiation exercises. I talk about writing courses and feedback conferences. The first of these videos is what Zoom recorded and is, mostly, what participants would have seen. The second of these videos is a screencast so you can see what I was seeing as I moderated the conversation and how I accessed the different features. At one point, I accidentally leave the Zoom room, so the Zoom video records what Lynne was saying while the screencast does not, because I wasn't there.
- Josh Blackman, Thoughts and Tips on Teaching with Zoom, The Volokh Conspiracy
- Bridget Crawford, Tips for Teaching Law Classes Online in the Event of a COVID-19 Shut Down of Law Schools, Faculty Lounge
- William Fisher, Emergency Online Pedagogy
- Melissa A. Hale, Online Learning Resources and Tips, Law School Academic Support
- Allie Robbins, Thoughts for Law Professors Contemplating Moving to Virtual Classes, The Activist Guide to Passing the Bar Exam
- Joan Hemingway, Teaching Through the Pandemic – Part II, Business Law Prof Blog
General Online Teaching Resources – Law School Specific
- Jacqueline D. Lipton, Distance Legal Education: Lessons from the *Virtual* Classroom
- Ellen S. Podgor, Teaching a Live Synchronous Distance Learning Course: A Student Focused Approach
- Angela Upchurch, Practical Tips for Creating Online Videos
- Ronald J. Colombo, Teaching a Synchronous Online Business Organizations Course to J.D. Students: A Case Study
- Susan Landrum, Drawing Inspiration from the Flipped Classroom Model: An Integrated Approach to Academic Support for the Academically Underprepared Law Student
- Nina A. Kohn, Online Learning and the Future of Legal Education
- Nina A. Kohn, JDinteractive: An Online Law Degree Program Designed to Expand Access to Justice
- Yvonne Dutton, Margaret Ryznor, & Kayleigh Long, Assessing Online Learning in Law Schools: Students Say Online Classes Deliver
- Jennifer Camero, Teaching Law Online, 2015.
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