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January 10, 2007

The launch of my death penalty class blog

As first noted here, this semester I am experimenting with a class blog for my course on the Death Penalty.  Today was my first class, and thus also became the day for launching the new blog, cleverly titled Death Penalty Course @ Moritz College of Law.  Though I am doing all the blogging right now, in a few weeks I am going to expect students not just to read the blog, but also to do some posting.

As detailed by this post on the new blog, I already like having the class blog as a means to  immediately follow-up on issues discussed in class.  Of course, it remains to be seen if students will like or appreciate that I now have a means to  immediately follow-up on issues discussed in class.

Posted by DAB.

January 10, 2007 in Blogging by lawyers and law professors | Permalink

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Congrats on yet another innovative blog. Too bad you couldn't do this a year or two ago.

Posted by: recent Moritz alum | Jan 10, 2007 5:06:37 PM

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