Recording affects lecture attendance, but they are listening

Ever stood at the front of a lecture theatre for your class and thought, 'I wonder where everyone is?' As you pull the microphone holder over your head and hit the record button, have you wondered about whether it might be about you? Some recent research from an Australian law school suggests that not imagining …

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Emailing law teachers is a professional skill

Emailing a law teacher is a professional skill

There is a lot of advice on the internet for law students about how to email a law teacher. In a recent post, Inside Higher Ed collects some of the most popular advice for students that is has published over the last 5 years. Generally, the guidance has come from teachers with a subtext of …

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Tik Tok: Powerful teaching tool or classroom management nightmare?

TikTok: Powerful Teaching Tool or Classroom Management Nightmare?

Over on Education Week, there is a fascinating article on teachers using Tik Tok as a teaching and assessment tool in classrooms - TikTok: Powerful Teaching Tool or Classroom Management Nightmare? - Education Week. You may have seen my TikToks on how to use the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) - the required form for …

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Robots make better baby lawyers?

Robots make better baby lawyers?

Law schools are abuzz with discussions about the opportunities new technologies are offering. If law reflects society, technology will (and should) change the law and how lawyers practise it. But it's also gradually nibbling away the simpler tasks on which new lawyers cut their teeth. Will robots make better baby lawyers? What types of jobs …

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