This is my aspiration!
Lots of new drawings for my big upcoming release of Law School Dojo: Version 2!
This is a one pager of my inspirations for the coming generation of Law Dojo Games!
A quick infographic I sketched out for my recent flurry of qualitative and quantitative research on the future of my Law School Dojo games!
Some images of a wonderful presentation from GameDesk on how young people today learn, absorb information, and use games…
On a Delta flight, I tried out a quiz on the back of the seat… It was a basic trivia quiz with levels stepping up, and timer-based scoring. It may be a point of inspiration.
As I test more of my apps (and become less embarrassed and flustered while getting over my natural awkwardness), I am trying to be more systematic about gathering feedback. I wrote up some notes on how to show an app and get good responses about a game app: Things to remember – Let the user
I have been trying to hunt down this law school-made game from the Chinese University of Hong Kong — which was made back in 2005 as a recruiting – preparatory – introduction tool for incoming law students. They were high school students as target users rather than undergrads — but I am guessing the level
I found a great (though a little out of date….) bibliography on what is going on in legal academia about using tech to improve the teaching of law. Here’s the citation, all laid out for future use, Bluebooked and all… Pearl Goldman, Legal Education and Technology II: An Annotated Bibliography (2008) 100 Law Libr. J.
Steve Sheng & others at Carnegie Mellon published a paper back in 2007 describing their work to design an educational game, Anti-Phishing Phil. It sums up some basic principles of how to put together a game that will teach its players some values, principles, and content. Reflection principle. Reflection is the process by which learners
I am finally figuring out how to code the ‘review questions’ feature for the quiz — letting the user take a moment after finishing a round of the game to look over the questions she’s gotten right & wrong. But how to design this interface? I sketched it and started to lay it out in
I have been thinking of perhaps reforming or totally redesigning my Ninja character. Here are some sketches!
I am sketching out where to be moving: what the next stages for Law School Dojo apps should be. I’m thinking to move towards a non-law student market — for people who are interested in law for their own personal use (knowing your rights regarding landlords, police, online privacy, neighbor disputes, etc….) and for their
I have finally gotten around to making lots of little Interface changes to my basic Law Dojo app. I spent the past two weeks showing the app to anyone who would let me — and I heard back a few pieces of user wisdom: – de-complicate the instructions, users will have game instincts, and don’t
Study Contracts law! Especially for first year law students — a great quiz to test your knowledge of the crucial definitions, concepts, common law, and cases! Law School Dojo Contracts is a multiple choice quiz on all the doctrine, cases, strategies and terms you need to know to get through your law school contract class.
For the tax code lovers among us — a great quiz to test your knowledge of tax codes, laws, and cases! Law School Dojo Fed. Income Tax is a multiple choice quiz on all the doctrine, cases, strategies and terms you need to know to get through your law school income tax class. Over 350
Learn vocabulary for the SAT smarter not harder! A quiz app for intensive word-learning, with over 2000 words to be quizzed on. Learn new words, refresh your knowledge, and improve your comprehension time! You have 15 seconds to match the correct word with a given definition — the quicker you answer right, the more points
An International Law Quiz, ooh la la! Learn all the international law you would in a law school class — the major ICJ cases, the set up of the UN, the theories on international legalization, and the American doctrine on how international law works with the US legal system — plus more. With over 300
Feeling tortious? In the mood to learn some torts? Law School Dojo Torts is a multiple choice quiz on all the doctrine, cases, strategies and terms you need to know to get through 1L Torts! Over 350 questions to build + test your Torts knowledge. Designed to test yourself out before class, keep you on
A law school quiz app for learning Civil Procedure! Over 300 questions to learn doctrine, cases, rules, and vocabulary for civpro power. Get points for how quickly you can answer correctly! Learn CivPro smarter not harder. Available on iOS for your Apple devices and of course on Google Play too for you Androiders.