By Jennifer Camero
At last a guidebook exists that discusses the issues, technologies, and tools related to teaching law online.
Whether you are a new instructor or tenured professor, Teaching Law Online will help you understand the “ABC’s” of how to develop an online law course. This guidebook introduces law professors to distance education and then explains how to design, instruct, and manage an online course in an effective manner without sacrificing quality and the student experience.
Teaching Law Online is a necessary resource for any law professor interested in transitioning from the classroom into cyberspace.
Jennifer Camero has a B.B.A. from Saint Mary's College where she graduated summa cum laude. She obtained her CPA and then earned her J.D. from Northwestern University where she graduated cum laude. Professor Camero teaches contracts, transactional skills, and commercial law at Southern Illinois University School of Law, teaching both asynchronous online classes and traditional law school classes.
July 2015, Paperback, 74 Pages