Integrating Ravel Into The Classroom

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A 2015 article published by professors at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law argues that teaching Ravel Law to law students helps make them “practice-ready”.

The authors believe that legal skills professors should incorporate Ravel in their curriculum because teaching Ravel to students advances a host of pedagogical goals, including:

  • Metacognitive skills acquisition
  • Information literacy
  • Ethical use of technology
  • And teaching with a variety of learning styles.

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You are not just using a new product, you are entering the “world of Ravel”… and you need to check all your preconceptions about legal research at the door.

Jean O’Grady
Director of Research Services, DLA Piper