(Date Written: November 21, 2019)
The author identifies the practical lessons she learned as a teacher and student in legal and non-legal distance ed classes including: “the kinds of skills that can most effectively be taught online; personnel requirements for developing and offering online courses; the pros and cons of asynchronous online formats; differing online social norms of behavior; optimum class size for online delivery; and, access and administration issues.”
(Date Written: October 1, 2018)
This article provides data on online instruction, revealing “not only the success of distance education in legal education, but also the online teaching methods that are most effective for students.”
(Published April 2018)
The author addresses whether an online course can be effective. Using his ten years of experience developing and teaching online courses, he looks back at a series of articles from 1999, The Seven Principles for Good Practice in Legal Education, and applies the principles to online legal education.