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Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales
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Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford - Nicola Sales

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Presentation at the HEA workshop 'Teaching research skills to Law Students: a workshop on best practice '. …

Presentation at the HEA workshop 'Teaching research skills to Law Students: a workshop on best practice '.

This event brought together university law teachers and law librarians to discuss legal information literacy and current best practice in teaching research skills on the LLB, the role of law librarians, how research skills are taught (including on-line methods), progression through the undergraduate curriculum, whether for credit or not, and collaborations between law librarians and academic staff.

This presentation is part of a related blog post that provides an overview of the event: http://bit.ly/1bIvVhh

For further details of the HEA's work on teaching research methods in the Social Sciences, please see: http://bit.ly/15go0mh

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  • 1. Collaboration and flipping training: Experiences at the University of Salford Nicola Sales (Academic Support Librarian) University of Salford
  • 2. The problems Engagement Motivation Achievement
  • 3. Flipping the classroom Image courtesy of http://news.icschool.co.uk
  • 4. Participants observe Demonstrations Follow guided instruction Participants perform training activity Feedback discussion Flipped training Traditional training Trainer led Training content studied prior to attending training Training session is participant led Problem based learning activities Discussion Participants receive support and guidance
  • 5. Research skills delivered Session Topic Contents Lecture 2 Planning a search Defining topic Search strategies Where to search Seminar 1 Finding resources in the library Using law reports Finding legislation Locating textbooks Seminar 2 Finding resources online Finding legal materials online Google v databases Evaluation of resources Seminar 4 OSCOLA Referencing Referencing key legal documents Secondary resources International, European, other sources
  • 6. Research skills delivered Session Topic Contents Lecture 2 Planning a search Defining topic Search strategies Where to search Seminar 1 Finding resources in the library Using law reports Finding legislation Locating textbooks Seminar 2 Finding resources online Finding legal materials online Google v databases Evaluation of resources Seminar 4 OSCOLA Referencing Referencing key legal documents Secondary resources International, European, other sources
  • 7. Successfulness? Image courtesy of Horia Varlan @ Flicker.com
  • 8. Why was it a success?
  • 9. Problems
  • 10. Future
  • 11. Nicola Sales n.sales@salford.ac.uk @nicolasales Flipping the Classroom: Revolutionising Legal Research Training - Legal Information Management Voll13 Issue 4, December 2013, 231-235

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