Course Resources

by John Bandler

Here are some resources for courses I teach at formal academic institutions (law school, graduate school, undergraduate school).

This page is geared for my students at those formal academic institutions.

I teach a variety of courses at many institutions, this helps me get information out to students. I use the school's learning management system (LMS), but each school uses a different one and those platforms change and migrate every few years. So this website has helpful supplementary instructions.

These resources are general, so please see your course's syllabus, LMS, and specific instructions for your course. While instructions may be similar for every course, higher levels of work are expected from students at higher levels of education.

Good knowledge and learning principles transcend and scale. Meaning they apply whether students are undergraduate, graduate, or law school level, or have no formal college education at all.

General learning, writing and studying

Final paper project

Writing and research resources

Course administrative misc

Introductory articles on law

Introductory articles on cybercrime

Introductory articles on cybersecurity

Things to know

Other course related

Expanding beyond formal academia

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Course resources from John Bandler for your LMS

[The following is probably within you LMS providing the most important links]

Below are some resources I believe will help you with this course (and perhaps with other courses, and developing habits to be a life-long learner).

Some of these may be required or optional reading as part of our syllabus. Remember that these webpages are general and for a variety of audiences (including undergraduate, graduate, and law students), so please follow any instructions or guidance specific to this course.

Final paper project

Reviewed/updated 1/16/2024

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Posted 6/27/2022 based on years of teaching. Updated 1/16/2024.