Lake Mary, FL : Vandeplas Publishing LLC, 2015.
xiii, 58 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Understanding the ABA standards on distance education Choosing a mode of delivery Designing the course Setting and maintaining the tone and expectations Assessing students Distance education and the tenure-track professor Appendix A. Additional resources on distance education in legal education Appendix B. Select resources on distance education Appendix C. Select resources on technology and media in distance education Appendix D. Select resources on teaching law Appendix E. Select resources on rubrics Appendix F. Select resources on exam proctoring and plagiarism detection software.
"At last a guidebook exists that discusses the issues, technologies, and tools related to teaching law online. / Whether you are a new instructor or tenured professor, Teaching Law Online will help you understand the "ABC's" of how to develop an online law course. This guidebook introduces law professors to distance education and then explains how to design, instruct, and manage an online course in an effective manner without sacrificing quality and the student experience. / Teaching Law Online is a necessary resource for any law professor interested in transitioning from the classroom into cyberspace." -- Back cover.
"July 2015"--T.p. verso.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KF279 .C36 2015
1600422640 (paperback) 9781600422645 (paperback)