Tag Archives: Legal Research Instruction

Reflections on a Certificate in Higher Education Teaching

Last spring, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to pursue a certificate in higher education teaching. I had meant to draft a reflection piece afterward, but as with so many things last year, COVID and the resulting transition to … Continue reading

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What do law students need? Core (Research) Knowledge!

Guest Blog by Ann Walsh Long, Head of Research & Digital Collections and Assistant Professor of Law, Lincoln Memorial University School of Law Would you benefit from having an extra virtual librarian on staff during this pandemic, and beyond? I … Continue reading

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The Case for a Social Justice Research Course?

Guest post from Nicholas Mignanelli, University of Miami Almost every law school has a legal research course of some kind. A few law schools require a legal research course in the first year. Many more offer an advanced legal research … Continue reading

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Class Exercise: Turning Research into a Deliverable Using Analytics

 It’s spooky season, so dare I bring up ABA     accreditation standards and “experiential   learning”? Maybe it’s just me but it feels like the   initial buzz around the ABA’s experiential learning standards has quieted a bit. However, I serve on … Continue reading

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Old Dog, New Tricks: Using Flash Cards in The Classroom

Students use them often. You probably used them. I definitely used them. I’m talking about good old-fashioned flash cards. Advanced Legal Research is a skills course, so students often seemed thrown off by what notes to take, and how to … Continue reading

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