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To receive full MCLE credit for this course, participants are required to listen to the audio file and engage in the 3 hypernews discussion questions. (Virginia bar members need only listen to the tape).

Friday, April 21: Audiotape and Written Materials

The audio file runs approximately 1 hour. The material on the audio file is duplicated in some of the text materials. Class members can read the text along with the audio, or separately, as desired. You will have the entire weekend to absorb this information - you can listen to the audio and browse the text at any time.

The written materials also include hyptertext links to citations and background references. Neither the written materials nor the hyperlinked references are required reading.

You may also post comments at any time on the Hypernews Discussion site.

Monday, April 24: 1st Question

The required question will be posted on the Discussion site. A written response will be due within 24 hours.

Monday, April 24: Chat Room Office Hours

A chat room will be running from 4-5 P.M. on Monday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 26. Chat rooms operate in "real time" so faculty and teaching fellows will be available to respond promptly to your queries. However, since firewalls prevent many practitioners from accessing a chat room, this is not designed to be a time for group discussion, but rather for targeted questions unique to the participant.

Tuesday, April 25: 2nd Question

Written response due within 24 hours.

Wednesday, April 26: Office Hours; 3rd Question

4-5 P.M. Same as Monday's Office Hours.

Responses to the third and final question will be redistributed to other members of the class for a rebuttal which is also due within 24 hours. Responding to all 3 components is required to receive 3 hours of MCLE credit.

Thursday, April 27: Rebuttal Question

The responses prepared on Wednesday will be re-distributed to other members of the class for a rebuttal. Rebuttals due within 24 hours.

Friday, April 28: Archives Available

All rebuttal comments are due.



Please send all inquiries to: Chris Babbitt (Head Teaching Fellow)

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