Professor Naomi Goodno Presents "Are Remote Learning Technologies Bridges or Barriers to Legal Educational Equity?" -- AALS 2022 Annual Meeting
Professor Naomi Harlin Goodno spoke on "Are Remote Learning Technologies Bridges or Barriers to Legal Educational Equity?" at the 2022 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting. The meeting, titled "Freedom, Equality, and the Common Good," was held remotely on January 5-9.
From the AALS Discussion Group Program:
During the COVID-19 pandemic, law faculty adopted remote learning technologies and pedagogical practices that they were unaware of, were unfamiliar with, or had even rejected on policy grounds prior to the pandemic. Experiences with the technologies and practices have varied, with some evidence that they reinforced or magnified broader structural inequities in legal education, and some regarding the changes as representative of the type of educational supports that have been missing from legal education. What have we learned about the impacts of the technologies and practices? Which should we retain?
Additional information may be found at 2022 AALS Annual Meeting.