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Whitney A. Curtis, Barry University School of Law; Wanita Scroggs, Stetson University College of Law; and Julie Kitzmiller, Stetson University College of Law
Online Learning is a level playing field for students who may have barriers in a traditional classroom, such as minorities, LBGT, people with disabilities, and foreign and international students.
About the Presenters:
Whitney Curtis attended undergrad at Mary Washington College, earned her law degree from Roger Williams University, and her library degree from the University of South Florida. She is a member of the New Jersey Bar. She teaches advanced legal research online and a traditional classroom, and Technology in Legal Practice.
Wanita Scroggs attended undergrad at Texas A&M University, earned her law degree from Arizona State University, and her library degree from the University of South Florida. She is a member of the Florida Bar. She teaches advanced legal research in an online format at Stetson University College of Law.
Julie Kitzmiller has been with Stetson University College of Law’s online programs for 10 years. Working with online asynchronous classes, she has experience with Blackboard’s Learning Management System, Polycom and Winnov Lecture Capture systems, and a variety of web conferencing tools. A self-avowed technology nerd, she loves her job.