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Faculty Remote Teaching Guide: Pedagogy for Teaching Online

Resources on pedagogy and technology for Law School faculty teaching remotely during the Covid-19 outbreak

Online Pedagogy Links

Third Party Content

Some of our databases have extra content that you can assign to your classes as supplemental materials, or in case you have Zoom issues.

CALI.org (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) offers tutorials on a variety of legal topics. Created by professors and librarians from across the country, each CALI "lesson" provides content with quiz questions on that content embedded in the lesson. You can assign assembled modules or create your own lesson plan. CALI also has podcasts and study aids.

  • Authorization code:
    • Faculty: BROOKLfac20
    • Students: BROOKLstu20

Faculty can assign Lexis Learn modules to students to augment their classes. See how here.

Other resources to support faculty and students can be found here.

TWEN has created a database of video modules (less than 2 minutes each) to help faculty and staff answer any questions that may arise while administrating courses.

Project Muse is here to serve course instructors with a brand new set of resources for discovering course content, facilitating online research, and helping to navigate the challenges and opportunities of e-learning.

For Students

For any student questions about casebooks or remote access, direct them to this guide.