This session is an overview of mobile apps and websites helpful in the creation of videos and other e-learning tools in flipped legal research classrooms. Legal research instruction has traditionally relied on face-to-face presentations, so many may not be aware of recent trends in online video editing, screencasting, virtual whiteboards, and more. We will explore how law librarians can leverage free and low-lost technology tools to create professional, interactive classroom content that will increase law student engagement with instruction materials.

The session will also use real-life examples to explore best practices for creating effective legal research instruction video and incorporating interactive elements such as games and polls. Additionally, the session will explore strategies for assessing student understanding of flipped classroom content through formative assessments such as quizzes and discussions.

Attendees will leave the session with practical tips and technology tools that can be used to create effective legal research instruction videos.