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Teaching Legal Research Courses in the Age of Transformation: Reports from Chinese and American Law Libraries
Join a panel of librarians from Chinese and American law school libraries to discuss the challenges and complexities of teaching legal research courses in the age of transformation. Speakers from across the Pacific will provide an overview of the legal research curriculum in legal education, reflect upon their best practices in pedagogical approaches, course design and development, and share their success stories battling the transformational forces of a global pandemic and the digitization of library resources.



Joan Lijun Liu (Curator & MLIS Faculty Advisor, Institute of Humanities and Social Science Data, Fudan University Library, China);刘丽君(复旦大学图书馆人文社科数据研究所研究馆员和研究生导师)
Xuemei Hu (Associate Professor, Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai Campus, China) ;胡雪梅(北京师范大学珠海分校副教授)
Ming Liu (Deputy Law Library Director, Renmin University of China) ;刘明(人民大学法学院图书馆副馆长)
Ying Wu (Deputy Director, Information Education and Consultation Center, China University of Political Science Law Library) ;武莹(中国政法大学图书馆信息教育与咨询中心副主任)
Wei Luo (Director of Technical Services & Lecturer in Law, Washington Univ in St. Louis School of Law Library, USA)
Lingqiao He (Law Library Director, Zhejiang University, China) ;何灵巧(浙江大学法学院图书馆馆长)

Moderator (主持人):
Liying Yu (Executive Deputy Director, Law Library of Tsinghua University, China);于丽英(清华大学法律图书馆副馆长)

Sep 22, 2022 09:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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