August 10, 2015

Designing an Online Law Course

Jennifer Camero, Southern Illinois University School of Law, has published Teaching Law Online (Vandeplas Publishing, 2015). Here is a description of the book's contents from the publisher's website.
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.
Available in hard copy and ebook formats.

NB: Professor Camero got her start in legal academia at the LSU Law Center, and was a wonderful member of the teaching fellows program. Congratulations, Jennifer, on this exciting publication!


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