Free online event via Zoom: Thursday May 28, 2.00-3.30pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
An invitation for anyone in a law firm or a law school who is responsible for thinking about teaching and learning.
We will be tackling the topic ‘Building Communities and Facilitating Online Learning’ to the design and delivery of instruction, and keeping staff engaged and informed, in an online environment. The focus of our discussion will be on sharing lessons learned by MLS and other organisations during the shift to online delivery.
We’ve seen some triumphs and just a few crashes and we thought this would be a good time to check in with each other as a way to share promising practices and avoid pitfalls.
The session will be structured as a panel discussion with ample time for a moderated question and answer session.
- Associate Professor Julie Clarke, Associate Dean (Digital Technologies), Director of Studies, Global Competition and Consumer Law speciality
- Associate Professor Gary Cazalet, Co-Director of Studies, Graduate Diploma of Dispute Resolution, Melbourne Law Masters, Co-Coordinator of the Digital Citizens Research Network @ MLS, Director, Civil Justice Research Group
- Jan Christie, Capability + Development Manager, Gilbert + Tobin
- Mark Brady, Learning Design Manager, King & Wood Mallesons
- Natalie Wieland, Vidversity
We will not be recording the session as we want to ensure a free and frank discussion.
For any questions about this or other events held by MLS, please contact Associate professor Chantal Morton, Director of Teaching at MLS directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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