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Friday, June 7 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Gizmos, Gadgets & Grimoires: Enchanting Students by Enhancing Your Online Course World

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With the support of professional online instructional designers, the IU McKinney Law faculty has created a virtual cauldron of gizmos and gadgets guaranteed to lure even the most obstinate student into a whole new online world of learning and engagement. Thanks to a grant from the American Bar Association, we've designed a bevy of courses as a "pipeline-to-law school" program for disadvantaged undergraduate students aspiring to a career in the law. Whether your school is contemplating a similar program or you're merely searching for creative approaches to teaching your own courses, we'll turn your musings upside-down as we share our gizmos, gadgets, and grimoires with you:

  • Lightboards (a glass chalkboard full of light) to mimic in-person lectures using diagrams and charts;
  • Scavenger Hunts to encourage learning course policies;
  • Online Tools, such as LucidChart, for diagramming and mind-mapping arguments and judicial opinions;
  • Google Docs and Discussion Forums to create an ongoing collaborative "evolving law" exercise where students collaborate in "courts";
  • Scoreboards and Fantasy Icons for badges and expertise "levels" to encourage mastering the course material;
  • Student-Created Video "reporting on logical fallacies in the media" and "personal introduction" assignments; and
  • Quick Check to assess their critical reading skills (e.g., court opinions).
Novices to experts will come away with their own grimoire of tips, tricks, and conjuring.


Cynthia Adams

Clinical Professor of Law, Indiana University M Kinney School of Law

Jennifer Shirk

Online Instructional Designer, Indiana University McKinney School of Law

Allison Martin

Clinical Professor of Law, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Friday June 7, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
395 University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia SC

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