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Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning
The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, based in Ekstrom Library, provides many excellent resources for teaching faculty across campus.
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction provides several resources that can be integrated into the classroom, including online lessons and a free polling app. To create a new account contact Erin Gow in the Law Library.
Information & guides for instructors using TWEN.
Plagiarism is a breach of the Honor Code and a serious offense, however, it is often misunderstood by students. The following resources provide clear guidance to students to help them understand plagiarism & tools for identifying whether student work may be plagiarized.
Avoiding Plagiarism in Law School
Short course introducing law school students to plagiarism. Register for a free account with Indiana University to access the free tutorial.
Resources to understand & prevent plagiarism.
Information from the Delphi Center about the plagiarism prevention service SafeAssign.
Diverse & Accessible Course Design
Designing a Positive Psychology Course for Lawyers
This article by Professor R. Lisle Baker examines some of the ongoing pedagogical choices involved in creating a law school course on positive psychology oriented around experiential student learning.
Kentucky Works: Postsecondary Education
Includes links to the 2019-20 Inclusive Higher Education webinar series on topics such as universal design, creating accessible documents, problem-based online learning, and more.
UofL Disability Resource Center
Resources for UofL Faculty & Staff including information on creating accessible courses, making events accessible, and more.
UofL Office of Diversity and Equity
Provides information about a wide range of programs and organizations at UofL dedicated to supporting diversity and equity.