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Title: Using TWEN to Reach Evening Students
Author: Cunningham, Larry
Abstract: Part-time students are a pleasure to teach in many respects. Most exhibit a tremendous dedication to their studies, particularly since many part-time students also work full-time jobs and have families. Yet teaching this group of students presents some unique challenges for the professor because the students' chaotic and busy schedules can impair communication. They often study at times-weekends or late at night, for example-when professors are not available to answer questions. Students may also live or work far from the physical law school building, so getting access to the library or to my office may be challenging. This article discusses the author’s use of The West Education Network (TWEN), a free, electronic service of West and Westlaw, to better communicate with my part-time evening students.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/488
Date: 2006

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