Virtual Reality, Intelligent Tutoring, and the Future of Legal Education


My session focuses on how virtual reality and intelligent tutoring can be used to ensure that every law school graduate is competent in the minimum skills needed to be practice ready upon graduation.  I discuss how the virtual reality system can be designed to lessen the need for faculty to provide individualized feedback while increasing student competency. I also discuss how the use of intelligent tutoring within the virtual reality system will make it easier for law schools to collect the data needed for their institutional assessment plans.

The audience needs no prior knowledge before attending.


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Atlanta's John Marshall Law School