I just discovered this blog through a pingback to my blog:
S|M| i |L|E (http://socialmediainlegaleducation.com) has been around since last summer.
According to their blog:
S|M| i |L|E (Social Media in Legal Education) is a new collaborative project involving Australian legal academics. The project emerged out of discussions between four academics attending the Australasian Law Teachers Association annual conference at Bond University (Gold Coast, Queensland) during July 2014.
The blog offers a wealth of information.
Under the “Libraries” tab, you will find useful articles categorized under: For Academics, In the Media, For Students, For Practioners, Social Media and Legal Issues.
So far, there have been posts about Flipping the Classroom, Twitter, Open Access, Online Discussions, LinkedIn, Tumbler, Pontoon, Storify, Pinterest as used in legal education.
If you interested in using social media in law school teaching, you should add this one to your Blog reader.