This session will introduce how to find the most effective teaching methods and skills based on empirical evidence from international law and foreign law research classes in a different time and place . It will introduce which research methods (between qualitative and quantitative research methods) are more appropriate in order to find out effective teaching methods and skills in the context of international and foreign ...more »
There are serious questions regarding the role that a better understanding of neuroscience can play in how we educate students. This program will separate popular myth from promising research and tell us what from the field of brain science, if anything, we can apply in the classroom.
Want to update your one shot session? Tired of the click and show demonstration when introducing another database? Try Speed Databasing, based on the principles of speed dating, this instruction session is designed encourages database matchmaking in a formal setting. In this training session you will learn how to build a profile of the database, give your audience the opportunity to introduce themselves to several ...more »
Plagiarism is a fine line in law schools. We tell students not to plagiarize while also showing them forms and templates and ignoring real world reuse of materials. How do we 1) Teach students about plagiarism in an effective way, and 2) explain the difference between academia and real world practices?
More and more librarians are being called upon to teach law practice management and/or law practice technology courses. It is so rampant that a caucus has been created on this topic. It would be great for a session or sessions to focus on: curriculum design, helpful vendors, what has worked/not worked at other schools, and what the firms want new associates to know with regards to technology.