This Article is about using "asynchronous" online technology synergistically with in-class experiences and "synchronous" livedistance education sessions. It focuses on creating instructional videos because great videos are essential for online learning.1 This Article also discusses creating digital teaching assets for active learning such as formative assessments, learning journals, and discussion boards.
The authors of this paper are a law professor and his former student and teaching assistant. We worked together for two years to innovate and implement many technological enhancements in Corporations class. We created and deployed a "Hybrid" course in which students performed "asynchronous" technology-mediated learning activities before class and then engaged in "synchronous" dialogue and group discussion during class time. This Article contains our report on our methods and the results.
Oranburg, S. C., & Tamasy, D. D. (2020). Corporations Hybrid: A COVID Case Study on Innovation in Business Law Pedagogy. Willamette Law Review, 56 (3). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/law-faculty-scholarship/98