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Chapter 8: The Future for Legal Education

Matthew M. Morrison, Where Web 2.0 and Legal Information Intersect: Adjusting Course without Getting Lost (Cornell Law Sch., Working Paper No. 35, 2008).

Donald A. Bligh, What's the Use of Lectures? (2000).

J. Robert Brown Jr., Blogs, Law School Rankings, and TheRacetotheBottom.org, U. Denver Legal Studies Research Paper No. 07-33 (2007).

Posting of Jeff T. Cobb to Mission to Learn: Learning. Technology. Change., Five Themes for the Web 2.0 Learner, (May 29, 2008).

Gene Koo, New Skills, New Learning: Legal Education & the Promise of Technology (Berkman Ctr. for Internet & Soc’y at Harvard Law Sch. Research Publication No. 2007-4, 2007).

Edward R. Tufte, Beautiful Evidence (2006).

Stephanie B. Goldberg, Beyond the Socratic Method, Student Law., Oct. 2007, at 18.

Noam Cohen, Now Professors Get Their Star Rankings, Too, N.Y. Times, June 9, 2008, at C4.

Donald L. Finkel, Teaching with Your Mouth Shut (2000).

Justin Appel, Parents, teachers, kids speak up on ed tech, e Sch. News, Mar. 22, 2007.

Steve Lohr, Publisher Tested the Waters Online, Then Dove In, N.Y. Times, May 5, 2008, at C1, C6.

Thinh Nguyen, Open Doors and Open Minds: What faculty authors can do to ensure open access to their work through their institution (April 2008) (a SPARC/Science Commons white paper).

Andrew Churches, Bloom’s Taxonomy Blooms Digitally, Techlearning, Apr. 1, 2008.

John Palfrey, What is technology’s role?, Nat’l Law J., Nov. 13, 2006, at 30.

Tovia Smith, Singing Law Professor Rocks the Classroom, N.P.R. Morning Edition, Nov. 14, 2007.

Tom Drummond, A Brief Summary of the Best Practices in College Teaching: Intended to Challenge the Professional Development of All Teachers (1995).

Special Issue on Technology and Change in Educational Practice, 10 Journal of Educ. Tech. & Soc’y (Jan. 2007).

Cindy L. Lynch et al., Table 1: Assumptions about Knowledge Related to Levels 1 Through 7 of the Reflective Judgment Model, in Audrey A. Friedman, 89 English J. 96, 98 ( July 2000).

Anne H. Moore et al., Active Learning and Technology: Designing Change for Faculty, Students, and Institutions, Educause, Sept./Oct. 2007, at 46.

John Seely Brown & Richard P. Adler, Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0, Educause, Jan./Feb. 2008, at 30.

Ori Brafman & Rod A. Beckstrom, The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations (2006).

Roberto L. Corrada, A Simulation of Union Organizing in a Labor Law Class, 46 J. Legal Educ. 445 (1996).

Michael Hunter Schwartz, Expert Learning for Law Students (2d ed. 2008).

Daniel L. Barnett, “Form Ever Follows Function”: Using Technology To Improve Feedback on Student Writing in Law School, 42 Val. U. L. Rev. 755 (2008).

Eli M. Noam, WARNINGS: Electronics and the Future of Law Schools, 17 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 51 (2008).



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