Tag Archives: legal education

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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Meme-alicious Law Teaching

While many frequent visitors to social media sites will be aware of (elaborate air quotes) memes, I suspect that their value as a teaching tool has not been recognised. This changed for me late in 2014, thanks to a student … Continue reading

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A little bit meta – meta events, peripheral participation and data

There’s an event going on – you really wanted to attend, but you couldn’t make it. This time you’re in luck – some thoughtful  people are live blogging and live tweeting the event. You can follow their reports – and … Continue reading

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Social Media in a Multi-Dimensional SoTL of #legaled

My research interest is scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in legal education and practical legal training. Here, I write about incorporating social media in a multi-dimensional model of SoTL,* for legal education. SoTL is a problematic and non-exhaustively defined … Continue reading

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Tumblr – an explainer

There is a fair bit written about using Twitter and blogs in higher education, and in legal education. Less visible however is the easy-to use microblogging/social media hybrid, Tumblr. The question is, can Tumblr be used in an educational context? … Continue reading

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A Digital Repository for #legaled Conferences?

In an earlier post, I described using Twitter and Storify as a digital repository for events. I am especially thinking about the lack of a repository for legal education conferences in Australia. Paul Maharg commented on this after the 2013 … Continue reading

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Kate Galloway: Why I blog

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Kristoffer Greaves: Why Do I Use Twitter?

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