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Negotiating the learning process with electronic resources

Maharg, Paul and Paliwala, Abdul (2002) Negotiating the learning process with electronic resources. In: Effective learning and teaching in law. Kogan Page, London, UK, pp. 81-104. ISBN 0749435682

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Abstract

Relationship between electronic learning resources and the pedagogy of legal education. Aimed at teachers of both undergraduate and postgraduates in law this chapter explores how the conceptual framework of resource-based learning (RBL) can be adapted to support the new technologies of ICT.