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Title The Boulder statements on legal research education : the intersection of intellectual and practical skills / edited by Susan Nevelow Mart.
Publication Info. Buffalo, New York : William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2014.
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 Law Classified  KF272 .B68 2014    ---  DUE 07-31-15
Description xxii, 280 pages ; 24 cm
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Type of Media unmediated n
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introductory essay / Barbara Bintliff -- Author biographies -- Integrating legal research into the law school curriculum : putting the Boulder Statements into practice / Sarah Valentine -- The metacognitive imperative / Paul D. Callister -- Assessment in legal research education / Shawn G. Nevers -- The relationship of legal tools and the legal structure / David Armond -- Teaching the benefits and limits of human classification and machine algorithms : theory and practice / Susan Nevelow Mart -- Critical information theory : a new foundation for teaching regulatory research / Julie Krishnaswami -- Social networking and research practices : legal, ethical and practical considerations for legal research educators / Stephanie Davidson, Kumar Percy Jayasuriya -- Implementing effective legal research pedagogy in contemporary U.S. law schools : challenges and opportunities / Carol A. Parker, Dennis Kim-Prieto -- Appendix A. The Boulder statement on legal research -- Appendix B. Boulder statement on legal research education : signature pedagogy statement -- Appendix C. The COACh template and illustrations.
Summary This title looks at the signature pedagogy set out in the Boulder Statements on Legal Research Pedagogy and Legal Research Education, and places it within the framework of the rich literature on information literacy, adult learning and experiential learning. The structures (surface, deep, tacit and shadow) of an ideal pedagogy for legal research educators are addressed. Chapters include assessment; integrating legal research into the curriculum; teaching the values and limits of intermediation and disintermediation; social networking for workplace and school; metacognition; relationship of legal tools and the legal structure; and critical information studies.--Publisher.
Subject Law -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Law schools -- Curricula -- United States.
Teaching -- Methodology.
Education -- Study and teaching.
Added Author Mart, Susan Nevelow, editor.
ISBN 9780837738734