Instructional Materials & Methods

Instructional Materials & Methods

Instructional Materials & Methods

  1. RC.D.U. employ materials similar, if not the same, as those used in both traditional brick and mortar institutions and other on-line courses. Students are not required to purchase course videos, additional books, audiotapes and other materials when attending law school. These materials represent a part of the instructional materials necessary to graduate. All of these instructional materials are pre-loaded in a laptop computer customized and delivered to the student at the time of enrollment provided free of charge.
  2. The Law Program, Inc. [hereinafter L.P.I] in association R.C.D.U. with has videotaped over 50 hours of supplemental instructional information in all MBE subjects and requires this series as a major learning tool for instruction. The entire video series doubles as an excellent bar review course as well. Imagine using an I-PAD to do your homework assignments as you sit comfortably in your favorite chair or outside in a quiet park. Students can re-visit this material as many times as necessary to complete the absorption and understanding process so necessary to the study of law. The entire R.C.D.U. curriculum is in principle photography and will be available within the year.
  3. Contained in the pre-loaded in the I-PAD computer, are in excess of 300 M.B.E. (Multiple Choice) questions and 40 essay questions, with model answers. Students are able to take all of their exams using the laptop and will be required to e-mail exams on a regular basis to their professor. R.C.D.U. is committed to provide the elements necessary to complete the thorough instruction in the study of law. We will continue to improve, increase and update instructional materials and methods of delivery to honor that commitment. This is in addition to the 270+ hours of live classroom lectures.
  4. Students have access to the Raymond C. Dabney University Campus Bulletin Board and will be able to discuss questions, ideas and current events with professors and other students in a timely manner. Students will also have the ability to contact their professor via e-mail (a method some students in current traditional institutions employ now due to class size and “busy” professors) and can expect an answer within a few days. Raymond C. Dabney University is dedicated to the idea that anyone who has the desire to obtain a law degree can do so if they are provided with the opportunity, affordability and necessary instruction.
  5. In conclusion, consider the unique and creative alternatives to this affordable combination of live lectures and on-line video instructional materials.
    • Your own personal I-PAD computer containing all of the wonderful features of their laptop plus all of the video lessons; outlines; syllabi; curricula and examinations for all four years of law school.
    • You can study one course at a time; one month at a time on an installment plan. Just complete any eight out of twelve month modules.
    • The best of live lectures and on-line legal education.
    • Pursuant to the Practical Training of Law Students Act, the ability to be sponsored in trial courtroom proceedings. Apprenticeship with practicing attorneys who are available "on campus" to qualified law students.
    • Affordability and convenience of classroom instruction.

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