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Experimenting with i-books

This was originally posted in Katgallow. A couple of weeks ago I self-published a free interactive i-book, Land Law & Sustainability. The book is available through itunes – though it can only be viewed by those with Apple devices, I’m … Continue reading

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‘Flipping’ a law classroom

How I learned to stop worrying and love the video: In 2014 my colleague Ross Hyams and I developed a series of 12 short videos for use in the Monash Law 1st year law program. We were fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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10 Tips about Working with Online Discussions in #legaled

Online (computer-mediated) discussions seem to be increasingly adopted for learning interactions in legal education. The form and structure of these discussions vary widely, depending on the technology and the context adopted. The discussions can be synchronous or asynchronous, appear in … Continue reading

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