Centre for Legal Education

A group of 9 filled the meeting on 4th January with a detailed discussion, across a wide range of programmes and different experience, of “Materials distribution, pitfalls and practice”. This began with a discussion of the minima for electronic uploading for students but made us think about learning outcomes; what we are using materials for; what students might expect of materials provided to them and, fundamentally, how we teach. The responses about electronic minima will feed into activities around the Law School’s Learning and Teaching Enhancement plan, but have provided us all with food for thought. The next step, perhaps, will be to investigate what use students make of material (do they feel they need to print it all out or do they discriminate)?