Conference: Designing the Law Student Experience in Blended Learning to be rescheduled
After careful consideration of the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and the health and safety of all of you, our colleagues, Mitchell Hamline School of Law has made the difficult decision to cancel its Designing the Law Student Experience in Blended Learning conference scheduled for Sept. 23–25, 2021.
We are looking forward to rescheduling the conference once it is safe to gather again in person and when we can welcome you to St. Paul, Minnesota for a true blended learning experience.
This conference will advance the conversation on the pedagogy of online and blended learning (learning that combines both in-person and online learning experiences). This conference will be an opportunity for administrators, faculty, instructional designers, and student services professionals teaching and working in online and blended learning to share ideas and innovations on building student engagement, community, and opportunities for hands-on experience both inside the virtual classroom and outside of it. This conference will also provide opportunities for participants and presenters to engage in strategic discussions about the role of blended learning in legal education, especially considering the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Mitchell Hamline was the first ABA-accredited law school to receive a variance from the ABA to offer a blended-learning program and has graduated more than 175 students from this program. We look forward to exchanging ideas with you in our Teaching Community and welcoming you to our campus in St. Paul, Minnesota in September 2021.
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