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Module II PART B: Designing an eLearning Course (Materials and Resources)

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Description

Module II - PART B in the five module Professional Development series.his module is intended to focus on the selection of materials and resources, including PPT and other visual aids that will enhance communication with online learners, and discuss strategies for creating audience feedback related to materials and resources presented or referenced.

Contributors

  • William J. Brunson, Esq., Director, Special Projects, National Judicial College

    William J. Brunson is Director of Special Projects for The National Judicial College. In this position, he is responsible for business development, conducts faculty development workshops, manages international programs, and oversees numerous grant projects primarily related to curriculum development for judges.
    Prior to this position, William served as the College’s Academic Director for more than three years and Assistant Academic Director for more than four years, and also served as a program attorney for four years and program coordinator under a Bureau of Justice Assistance grant.

    Mr. Brunson received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Reno and Juris Doctor from Willamette University College of Law. While in law school, he worked as an associate editor on the Willamette Law Review. Before joining the staff of the NJC, Mr. Brunson was in private practice. He is a member of the Nevada State Bar. In 1999, he was presented with the President’s Special Service Award by the National Association of State Judicial Educators (NASJE). He served as NASJE’s president in 2004-2005 and continues his involvement in the association. He is a former board member of the State Bar of Nevada’s CLE Committee.

    William is co-author and co-editor of numerous curricula and publications including “Transforming 21st Century Judicial Education” (2018) (forthcoming Court Review); “A Tribal Judge’s Role in Combating Human Trafficking in Indian Country” (2018); “Judicial Education: A Brief History, Trends, and Opportunities” (2016); “The National Judicial College’s Approach to Distance Learning: Towards a Model of Best Practice” (2015); “Human Trafficking: What Judges Need to Know” (2013); “Immigration Consequences of Criminal ‘Convictions’” (2010); “Resource Guide for Managing Complex Litigation) (2010); “Presiding over a Capital Case: a Benchbook for Judges” (2009); and “Strategies for Addressing the DWI Offender: 10 Promising Sentencing Practices” (2005).

    William has educated faculty both nationally and internationally on adult education principles and practice (also known as train-the-trainer) and curriculum development. Mr. Brunson joined the faculty of The National Judicial College in 1997.

    William J. Brunson, Esq.

    (775) 327-8211
    (775) 784-1253 (FAX)
    brunson@judges.org

  • Joseph R. Sawyer, Director, Online Learning & Faculty Development, National Judicial College

    Joseph Sawyer has been a member of The National Judicial College’s staff since 1986.   As Director of Online Learning and Faculty Development, he provides instruction to the College faculty on the use of teaching and classroom technologies. He also educates the faculty on the best methods of educating judges in an online environment in both synchronous and asynchronous formats. He has developed distance-learning workshops for judges on such topics as Handling Small Claim Cases Effectively; Select Criminal Evidence Issues; Judicial Education on Substance Abuse: Promoting and Expanding Awareness and Leadership; International Kidnapping and the Hague Convention; Evidence Challenges for Administrative Law Judges; Ethics, Bias, and Judging: Reaching Higher Ground; and Ethics, Bias, and the Administrative Law Judge; and Essential Skills for the Unemployment Adjudicator.

    Mr. Sawyer instructs participants on courtroom technology, evidence presentation systems, litigation support software, and technology infrastructure in courtroom design. He is a former president of the National Association of State Judicial Educators and serves on the association’s technology and diversity committees. In 2004, Mr. Sawyer was the recipient of the William R. McMahon Award presented annually by the American Bar Association Judicial Division National Conference of Specialized Court Judges for leadership in the field of technology in the courts. He was a lecturer at the Russian Academy of Justice in Moscow during the summer of 2004, the James A.A. Pierre Judicial Center in Liberia in 2009 and 2011, and in Bosnia in 2011 for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

    Mr. Sawyer is a graduate of the Leadership Institute for Judicial Education, and in 2006 he was accepted into the Advanced Leadership Institute for Judicial Education. He has also been a faculty member of the State Bar of Nevada since 2002. Within the United States, Mr. Sawyer has taught more than 200 educational workshops for judges and judicial branch staff in 22 states and the District of Columbia on behalf of The National Judicial College, the U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office of Immigration Review, the U.S. Department of Labor, The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, the Occupational Health and Safety Hearing Commission, and the Administrative Office of the Courts of various states.

    Mr. Sawyer has developed and produced hundreds of webcasts on topics ranging from criminal evidence, mental competency, and electronic discovery. He is the co-author of “The National Judicial College Approach to Distance Learning: Towards a Model of Best Practice” (2015), and author of “Judicial Education and Distance Learning: An Economic Imperative” (2010).

    Mr. Sawyer joined the faculty of The National Judicial College in 2000.

    Joseph R. Sawyer
    (775) 327-8276
    (775) 784-1253 (FAX)
    sawyer@judges.org

May 22, 2020
Fri 3:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 15M

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