Accepted New Voices Sessions

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Adventures with Articulate Storyline: Are recordings more effective than live lectures when it comes to student retention? Jane Bahnson

Are recorded lecture modules, which students can replay and watch at their own pace, superior to live lectures when it comes to teaching lower level, memorized material?

Baselining Technology Competencies to Position Students, Faculty, and Staff for Success David McGeehan

Law students, faculty, and staff alike share a common characteristic, they typically look to technology to fulfill their daily duties.

Going Hi-Tech in 1L Criminal Law Cynthia Ward

Adventures of a technophobe (me) experimenting with hi-tech methods of addressing four longstanding problems in doctrinal 1L classes: (1) How to give students more frequent and accurate feedback...

How Can I Help You? Sarah Mauldin

Law firm librarians are here to help and many of us want to talk with students about the real world before they knock on our office door as summer or new associates.

Infographics on the Brain: Using Visuals to Enhance the Classroom Experience Rachel Evans

Law School's are known for a certain type of learning experience in the classroom. Students expect thick books and the Socratic method, but generally little in the way of visual aids.

Mindfulness Is Not Dangerous Kate Hanley

This presentation will introduce the mindful lawyering concept and discuss ways to assist faculty and students who are interested in mindfulness.

Planting the Seed: Using Apple TV's in the Classroom Kim Edwards

The University of Richmond School of Law has installed Apple TV’s in the classrooms.  The initiative is a spin-off from our iPad program, where iPads are issued to all students who are enrolled in...

Ready, Set, Freakout! Two years in the life of a Canvas migration Daniel Breidenbach

It's late 2013. You are the manager of academic technology at your law school.

Technology in the Legal Research & Writing Classroom: How to Organize, Teach, and Grade using Online Teaching Platforms in the Classroom. Shahabudeen Khan

Teaching Legal Research and Writing (LRW) is a very demanding course by its nature. It requires immense organization and preparation to function effectively during the semester.