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Demonstration from the Learning in Law Annual Conference 2011

Demonstration from the Learning in Law Annual Conference 2011

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  • 1.
    • Building and Sharing Resources: Annotated Bibliographies, Student Participation & Online Gadgetry!
    Michael Bromby Moira MacMillan Reader in Law Senior Lecturer Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow Caledonian University
  • 2. Delicious
    • Online bookmarking tool
    • Free to register
    • Share / social network
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  • 3. Blackboard Scholar
    • Integrated VLE feature
    • Restricted to course/module
    • Similar plug-ins available for Moodle etc
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  • 4. Rationale
    • Modules:
      • The Innocence Project (multidisciplinary)
      • Employment law (Specialist MSc/DHRM)
    • Issue:
      • Absence of a key text or resource bank
    • Solutions:
      • Write one (!), or
      • Collate existing materials
  • 5. Annotated Bibliography
    • A list of entries
      • Keywords or categorised
      • Chronological or alphabetical
    • Traditionally static
      • Extensive cross referencing
      • Requires updating
    • Low level of interactivity
      • Perhaps print-form only
      • Hyperlinking not always possible
            • Example: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1338741
  • 6. Student Guide Download the guide
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. Editing / Review
    • Student task to act as ‘gardeners’
      • Prune some entries
      • Cut out dead wood
      • Encourage new growth
    • Staff / student seminar task
      • Check accuracy
      • Develop tag policy
      • IPR policy
  • 10. Conclusions
    • Added value
      • Encourages student reading and evaluation
      • Resource for essay / exam
      • Publish for external audience
    • Next year!
      • Start again from scratch?
      • Change focus?
      • Bank resources for reference material?