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Will Monroe

Head of Instructional Technology

Brief Staff Biography

Ph.D. Louisiana State University

M.L.I.S. Louisiana State University

B.A. Colorado State University

 

Oversees all aspects of the library's educational technology services and provides instructional design support for faculty

 

Professional Experience

  • Head of Instructional Technology; Instructional Technology Librarian, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
  • Program Coordinator, Volunteer Center of Tucson
  • Adult Education Instructor, Pima County Adult Education
  • Teacher, Tucson Unified School District

 

Selected Presentations

Presenter, Learning Theory in Legal Education, (co-presented) SEALS
Annual Conference, August 2014, Amelia Island, Florida.

Presenter, Lecture Capture Has a New Name, (co-presented) CALI Annual
Conference for Law School Computing, June 2013, Chicago-Kent College of
Law, Chicago, Illinois.

Presenter, Student Knowledge of Legal Interviewing: A Case Study of
Self-Evaluation Using Video Annotation
, (co-presented) AERA Annual
Conference, April 2013, San Francisco, California.

Presenter, Use of Video Annotation to Support Deliberate Practice in a
Professional Domain
, June 2012, DIVERSE Annual Conference at KU Leuven,
Leuven, Belgium.

Presenter, The YouTube of Professional Practice -- Instant Oral Advocacy
Review and Feedback
, (co-presented), June 2008, Legal Writing Institute
Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Selected Publications

Will Monroe (co-author), Distance Learning in Legal Education: A Summary
of Delivery Models, Regulatory Issues and Recommended Practices
, 2nd
ed., Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education (2014).

Will Monroe (co-author), Distance Learning in Legal Education: A Summary
of Delivery Models, Regulatory Issues and Recommended Practices
, 1st
ed., Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education (2012).

Will Monroe, Law Student Knowledge of Legal Interviewing: A Case Study
of Self-Evaluation Using Video Annotation
(June 1, 2012) (unpublished
Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University) (on file with Louisiana
State Univeristy Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Collection).

 

Professional Affiliations

Association for Educational Communications and Technology

American Educational Research Association

Chair, Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education - Research Subcommittee

Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education

Contact Info

Office: L109
Phone: 225/578-7838
Email: will.monroe@law.lsu.edu

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