Resources Contributed by Conference Attendees
Alternative Methods of Teaching and the Effectiveness of Distance Learning for Legal Education
Assessing Online Learning in Law Schools: Students Say Online Classes Deliver
Distance Learning in Legal Education: Design, Delivery and Recommended Practices
e-learning and the Science of Instruction
Higher Education in the Digital Age
Make it Stick, The Science of Successful Learning
The Online Teaching Survival Guide
An Urgency of Teachers: The Work of Critical Digital Pedagogy
People and organizations
DU’s Office of Teaching & Learning experts
International Society for Technology in Education
- Work with Online Course Developer at your institution
- Use "Main campus" advice, training, support, resources (for law schools that are affiliated with a university), provided by a Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning or similar office. They've been at this for much longer than we have, typically, and can offer a substantial head start. Also, there may be better continuity between college and law online courses if we are conforming to college models (where appropriate of course).
- Talk to a faculty member who has developed and taught an online course before to determine if online teaching is a good fit for you and your course.