CALI EMERGENCY REMOTE TEACHING LAW FACULTY SURVEY

CALI EMERGENCY REMOTE TEACHING LAW FACULTY SURVEY

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We’re just finishing the largest distance learning experiment in legal education history.

However, what you accomplished was not true distance learning. It was Emergency Remote Teaching. You didn’t have time to plan, create new materials, train, or set up the infrastructure. Still, you learned a lot and have experiences that are worth reflecting on.

That is the goal of this survey.

We want to hear from US Law Faculty (there will be a separate law student survey) who moved from face-to-face to online teaching during Spring 2020 due to the pandemic. The survey is anonymous, but we want to know where you teach. If there are enough respondents, we will share law school-specific results with your school’s CALI contact. Aggregate results will be shared with everyone.

CALI is working on some projects to help the larger law school academy prepare for an entirely or partially online school year in Fall 2020 and the survey results will help guide our work.

If you would like to share your experiences for the benefit of other faculty, consider submitting a video for the CALI Conference.  See 2020.calicon.org for more details.

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