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Lunchtime Research and Teaching Seminar Series (Semester II 2014)

The School of Law has initiated a lunchtime research and teaching seminar series for the second semester of 2014. Audio from the presentations as well as presenters' notes will be reproduced here.

Date    

SOL Group

Presenter(s)    

Topic(s)    

Files

3 Sept.

Research

Prof Eric Colvin

Introduction to the Lunchtime seminar series

Audio

Prof Don Paterson   

Some Practical Hints for Empirical Research

PowerPoint

Jessie Chella

Doctrinal Research

PowerPoint

Lenore Hamilton

PacLII Subject Libraries

PowerPoint

17 Sept.    

Research

Amadeus Waltz

Research Methodology: The European Approach + Discussion on PhD research   

Audio

PowerPoint

24 Sept.

Teaching

Prof Eric Colvin

Introduction to the Lunchtime Show & Tell series

Audio

Jessie Chella

Using Q & A discussion forums

PowerPoint

1 Oct.

Research

Julie Reynolds

Library Research Skills

Audio

PowerPoint

Kym Freriks

Research using PacLII

PowerPoint

8 Oct.

Teaching

Prof Don Paterson

Integrating Scenario-based online tests and tutorials

Audio

PowerPoint

Pita Tuisawau

Integrating Scenario-based online tests and tutorials

PowerPoint

15 Oct.

Teaching

Lekima Nalaukai

Mobile learning: Using the SMS

Audio

PowerPoint

Research

Miranda Forsyth

Researching judicial independence in Vanuatu

22 Oct.

Research

Ghislain Otis (Canada Research Chair on Native Peoples and Legal Diversity)

The Management of Legal Pluralism

Audio

PowerPoint

24 Oct. (Friday)

Research

Ghislain Otis

Comparative and International Aspects of Indigenous Rights

Audio

29 Oct.

Research

Chris Gallivan & James Rapley

Discussion on Clinical Legal Education

Audio

PowerPoint

5 Nov.

Teaching

Helen Menard

Online mooting: Virtual Law firms and Court registries

PowerPoint

12 Nov.

Research

Toa Mulitalo

Indigenous Research Methodologies + Legal Requirements for Research in the Pacific Islands

Audio

PowerPoint

Teaching

Anthony Austin

Aspects of Online and F2F Teaching

Audio

Presentation

ILAC

Law and application

Tutorial example

Practice exam question

Final exam information

Tutorial feedback

26 Nov.

Research

Wesley Morgan

Regional Trade Negotiations and the Construction of Policy Choice in the Pacific Islands Forum

Audio

 

 






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