Luis Grau Gómez en la mesa redonda "2013 Course Awards for OpenCourseWare Excellence"

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Participación de D. Luis Grau Gómez del Departamento de Derecho Penal, Procesal e Historia del Derecho de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid en la mesa redonda "2013 Course Awards for OpenCourseWare Excellence" el 11 de marzo de 2014 en la edición del Ciclo Santander en el Paraninfo dentro de la Open Education Week 2014, organizada por la Cátedra Banco Santander de la Universidad de Zaragoza.

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Luis Grau Gómez en la mesa redonda "2013 Course Awards for OpenCourseWare Excellence"

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  2. 2. A los Awards se enviaron la siguiente introducción (en inglés) – As its title shows, this course is an overview of the American Constitutional History aimed to Law students not familiar with the American legal system. The course is organized as a chronological trip from the time of the first colonial settlement to our days, taking as its milestones constitutional documents and Supreme Court decisions. Both the documents and the Court decisions have been chosen among those with a universal interest. With an OCW use in mind, most of the chosen bibliography is available on line too. A los Awards se enviaron la siguiente introducción (en inglés) – As its title shows, this course is an overview of the American Constitutional History aimed to Law students not familiar with the American legal system. The course is organized as a chronological trip from the time of the first colonial settlement to our days, taking as its milestones constitutional documents and Supreme Court decisions. Both the documents and the Court decisions have been chosen among those with a universal interest. With an OCW use in mind, most of the chosen bibliography is available on line too. 22
  3. 3. (y en castellano) • Este curso es un resumen de la historia constitucional americana dirigido a estudiantes de derecho que no están familiarizados con el sistema legal americano. • Está organizado como un viaje cronológico desde el primer asentamiento colonial a nuestros días, tomando como jalones documentos constitucionales y sentencias del Tribunal Supremo de los EE. UU. • Éstas se han elegido entre aquéllas con un mayor interés universal. • Gran parte de la bibliografía está disponible online. (y en castellano) • Este curso es un resumen de la historia constitucional americana dirigido a estudiantes de derecho que no están familiarizados con el sistema legal americano. • Está organizado como un viaje cronológico desde el primer asentamiento colonial a nuestros días, tomando como jalones documentos constitucionales y sentencias del Tribunal Supremo de los EE. UU. • Éstas se han elegido entre aquéllas con un mayor interés universal. • Gran parte de la bibliografía está disponible online. 33
  4. 4. Y la siguiente Presentación (en inglés) en la que se indicaban cuáles eran, en nuestra opinión, los aspectos más “OCW-relevantes” del curso Y la siguiente Presentación (en inglés) en la que se indicaban cuáles eran, en nuestra opinión, los aspectos más “OCW-relevantes” del curso 44
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  6. 6. The course has been designed …The course has been designed … …… with all the materials needed availablewith all the materials needed available from the OCW platformfrom the OCW platform • Lecture NotesLecture Notes • Related resourcesRelated resources • QuestionsQuestions …… with the “Non American Student” inwith the “Non American Student” in mindmind • Universal issuesUniversal issues • Maps, biographies …Maps, biographies … …… as an elective with a 3 ECTS credit loadas an elective with a 3 ECTS credit load • 21 lecture hours21 lecture hours • 75 total learning hours75 total learning hours The course has been designed …The course has been designed … …… with all the materials needed availablewith all the materials needed available from the OCW platformfrom the OCW platform • Lecture NotesLecture Notes • Related resourcesRelated resources • QuestionsQuestions …… with the “Non American Student” inwith the “Non American Student” in mindmind • Universal issuesUniversal issues • Maps, biographies …Maps, biographies … …… as an elective with a 3 ECTS credit loadas an elective with a 3 ECTS credit load • 21 lecture hours21 lecture hours • 75 total learning hours75 total learning hours An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013 6
  7. 7. The Lecture NotesLecture Notes are arranged around Seven sessionsSeven sessions, each corresponding to one of the Notes chapters Each chapter corresponds to one of seven periodsseven periods in which the USA history has been divided Within each period some of the the most relevant constitutional eventconstitutional events have been selected All these events are legislation enactedlegislation enacted or Supreme Court decisionsSupreme Court decisions 7 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  8. 8. Biography boxesBiography boxes have been added to the Lecture Notes to facilitate the understanding for those students not familiar with the American history 8 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  9. 9. MapsMaps have been included in each chapter to show the contour of the United States for each period 9 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  10. 10. IllustrationsIllustrations have been added to make the reading more enjoyable 10 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  11. 11. A set of questionsquestions are included within each chapter 11 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  12. 12. Each Chapter of the Lectures Notes has a corresponding section of Related ResourcesRelated Resources consisting of DocumentsDocuments such as Royal Charters or constitutional Amendments and syllabisyllabi of the Supreme Court cases 12 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  13. 13. All the courseAll the course resources canresources can be accessedbe accessed from a singlefrom a single screen:screen: Lecture NotesLecture Notes Related ResourcesRelated Resources QuestionsQuestions 13 An American Constitutional History Course for Non-AmericanAn American Constitutional History Course for Non-American StudentsStudents Luis Grau and Manuel Martínez-NeiraLuis Grau and Manuel Martínez-Neira January 2013January 2013
  14. 14. CONCLUSIONSCONCLUSIONS • For a better OCW usea better OCW use, all materials needed for this course are directly available at this web • While not exhaustive, its topics are comprehensivecomprehensive and of universal interestuniversal interest • A Spanish versionSpanish version of this course is also available as an OCW resource 14

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