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Techno Teach: Sharing Good Practice in Legal Information Teaching

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Presentation at BIALL Conference 2015 (Session 3B)

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Techno Teach: Sharing Good Practice in Legal Information Teaching

  1. 1. Techno Teach : Sharing Good Practice in Legal Information Teaching Jackie Hanes – University of Leicester : @JackieHanes Lisa Anderson – University of Birmingham : @SubjectAdvisor
  2. 2. I am confident at using technology in my teaching? A. Strongly Agree B. Agree C. Neutral D. Disagree E. Strongly Disagree StronglyAgree Agree Som ew hatAgree Neutral Som ew hatDisagree Disagree StronglyDisagree 0% 0% 0% 0%0%0%0%
  3. 3. Which of the following have you used for teaching? A. Blogs B. Facebook C. Google Docs/Forms D. Lecture capture E. Padlet F. Screen capture software G. Twitter H. Visualiser I. Wikis J. Voting systems Blogs Facebook Google Docs/Form s Lecture capture Padlet Screen capture softwareTw itter Visualiser W ikis Votingsystem s 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%0%0%0%0%0%
  4. 4. Discussion • In small groups, talk about what technologies you currently use in your teaching Image: http://www.123rf.com/clipart-vector/crowd_of_people.html
  5. 5. What would you like to discuss first? A. Personal Response Systems B. Social Media C. Screen and Lecture Capture D. Low Technology PersonalResponse System s SocialM ediasystem s Lecture & Screen CaptureLow tech solutions 0% 0%0%0%
  6. 6. Voting systems Social media systems Screen and lecture capture Low technology
  7. 7. Personal Response Systems • Advantages: – Audience participation – Engaging the whole class – Testing understanding – Instant feedback – Easy to use – Aids peer learning
  8. 8. Different systems • Turning Point • Response Ware • Participoll • Socrative • Vote Everywhere
  9. 9. How many Law Reports for cases have you read in full? A. Only R v Brown during ISOL. B. Never, I always look at Case Analysis instead. C. I read the key ones for all of my modules. D. I read the full ones when participating in moots. E. I skim read some, but mainly use textbooks or Case Analysis. Only R vBrow n duringISOL. Never,Ialw ayslookatC... Iread the keyonesforal... Iread the fullonesw hen... Iskim read som e,butm a... 0% 0% 0%0%0%
  10. 10. 7) You and a friend are taking the same module and therefore have the same essay to write. The essay is not to be done as group work. You and your friend write your essays in the library together and end up with very similar essays. Is this plagiarism? Yes N o U nsure 0% 0%0% 1. Yes 2. No 3. Unsure
  11. 11. In footnote 16 you want to refer to page 41 of the Sornarajah book, you have already cited the book in footnote 3. Which of the following references is correct? 0% 0%0% A. 16 Sornarajah supra 3, 41 B. 16 Sornarajah ibid, 41. C. 16 Sornarajah (n 3) 41.
  12. 12. Q2) You want to search for journal articles that mention the phrase force majeure within the same paragraph as the phrase doctrine of frustration. 1. 2. 3. 0% 0%0% 1. “Force majeure” /p “doctrine of frustration” 2. “Force majeure” w/p “doctrine of frustration” 3. Force majeure w/p doctrine of frustration
  13. 13. www.participoll.com • Free audience polling • No expensive hardware or software • Download powerpoint add-in over internet • Audience uses own mobile internet devices • Anonymous responses
  14. 14. http://hanes.participoll.com A. Pears, R. and Shields, G. (2013) Cite them right: the essential referencing guide (9th edn) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. B. Richard Pears and Graham Shields, Cite them right: the essential referencing guide, 9th edn (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). C. Richard Pears and Graham Shields, Cite them right: the essential referencing guide (9th edn, Palgrave Macmillan 2013). D. Pears R and Shields G, Cite them right: the essential referencing guide (9th edn, Palgrave Macmillan 2013) 0A B C D
  15. 15. Participoll Pro Version • Poll history – Results and data – Audience comments • Upgrade $10 per month
  16. 16. www.socrative.com • Free assessment app • Test and feedback • In and out of class • Can identify students • Students use own mobile internet devices • Teacher and students download socrative app over internet
  17. 17. Considerations • Education v Entertainment • Size Matters • Haves v Have-Nots • Online v Offline Options • Open v Closed Questions
  18. 18. Voting systems Social media systems Screen and lecture capture Low technology
  19. 19. Screen & Lecture Capture: JING Can be used to create 5 minute videos for free: http://screencast.com/t/GBbrdjOeX5Zb
  20. 20. Screen and video capture Camtasia Captivate • Powerpoint slides • Multimedia • Screen & video capture • Audio & subtitles • (Quiz & interactivity) • Multi format outputs • Sharing via social media
  21. 21. Lecture capture Panopto • Live webcasting • Presentation recording • Screen recording • Presenter audio/video • Multi format outputs • Integration with VLE • Sharing via social media
  22. 22. Voting systems Social media systems Screen and lecture capture Low technology
  23. 23. Social Media Systems
  24. 24. Twitter • Advertising sessions • Live tweeting • Back channels • Question & answer • Private messages • Storify • Summarise learning • Follow up information
  25. 25. Live Twitter Feed • Embed live Twitter feed into your Powerpoint • Download free LiveWeb Powerpoint add-in • What’s on #BIALL2015 ?
  26. 26. Blogs • Lecture notes • Reflective learning journals • Current awareness • Help and support
  27. 27. padlet.com • Online bulletin board • Create walls for topics • Public or private walls • Post text, image, video • Share and collaborate
  28. 28. Social Media Systems: Considerations • Too close for comfort • Permanency • Public • EEA • Inclusivity Image licensed under Creative Commons by suburbanbloke:www.flickr.com/photos/49333819@N00/723665503 no edits made.
  29. 29. Voting systems Social media systems Screen and lecture capture Low technology
  30. 30. Low Tech • Post-it notes • Magnetic paper • Laminated materials with blue tac • Flip Chart • Visualiser
  31. 31. Voting systems Social media systems Screen and lecture capture Low technology
  32. 32. Which technology will you now try? A. Blogs B. Camtasia C. Jing D. Lecture capture E. Magnetic paper F. Padlet G. Twitter H. Visualiser I. Voting systems Visualiser PersonalResponse system s Captivate Tw itter Padlet 11% 11% 11% 11% 11%11%11%11%11%
  33. 33. Discussion • In small groups, talk about what technologies you would like to try in your teaching now • Now, share your views with the group using our Padlet online bulletin board – http://padlet.com/jh484/biall20153b
  34. 34. Questions Image licensed under Creative Commons by Marcus Ramberg :https://flic.kr/p/hoMcw no edits made.
  35. 35. Further reading • Anderson M, How to Use Padlet and Why http://ictevangelist.com/how-to-use-padlet/ • DeLoatch P, How to Integrate Live Tweets into Your Presentation http://www.edudemic.com/how-to-integrate-live-tweets-into-your- presentations/ • Easy Learning Blog, Camtasia vs Captivate http://easylearningweb.blogspot.co.uk/2010/01/camtasia- vs.html#!/2010/01/camtasia-vs.html • How to Geek, How to Add Live Web Pages to a Powerpoint http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/25946/how-to-add-live-web- pages-to-a-powerpoint-presentation/ • University of Oxford, Lecture Capture https://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/lecture-capture/

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