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Practice Makes Perfect: Assessment to Improve Student Learning and Instruction

by Ashley Ahlbrand With the spring semester at an end and my summer online courses set to begin next week, I have assessment on the brain. As we know, law school is not traditionally an assessment-heavy institution, with the majority … Continue reading

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Learning Outcomes and the Law Library: Contribute, Create, Collaborate

by Ashley Ahlbrand Like law schools across the country, the faculty at my law school have begun a significant conversation about ABA’s Standard 302 requiring learning outcomes for law schools. The RIPS Law Librarian Blog had an excellent post by Beau Steenken … Continue reading

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