Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Using Blogs Instead of Casebooks in Law Courses

On the Law Librarian Blog, there is a post today about the use of a blog in a course on the death penalty at the Moritz School of Law (Ohio State of University). The blog is being used by professor Douglas A. Berman instead of the traditional casebook as a means of gathering together class readings.

Berman, a regular contributor to the Law School Innovation blog, explains the idea there.

Also on the Law School Innovation blog, one can find mention of other law profs using blogs as a teaching tool.

The Death Penalty Course blog is open to the public.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 4:43 pm


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