Distance Learning in Non-Distance Learning Courses
The ABA allows law schools to use distance learning in any course as long as it doesn't replace more than 1/3 of in-class time. This should make it easy for faculty to explore the use of distance learning technologies in their existing courses. Also, some distance learning tech overlaps nicely with in-class interactions. Asynchronous formative assessment, online office hours, CALI lessons, online peer-review projects are all examples of using DL tech in non-DL courses.
Three presenters will discuss experiences of teaching or working with faculty who have used DL tech in non-DL courses. Even if you are not attending this session, the speakers encourage you to send a short blurb about your experience.