University of Denver

Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning

In recent years, law schools have experienced increased exposure to technology with the changing student population’s familiarity with the Internet and technological advancement. Paul Caron and Rafael Gely challenge the recent backlash against allowing students to use laptops and technology in class (many professors claim this leads to a more passive, distracted role for students) and they make suggestions as to how to positively integrate technology into law school classrooms.