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IT's progress: the gradual revolution

Maharg, Paul (2002) IT's progress: the gradual revolution. The Legal Executive, 2002 (2). pp. 8-13. ISSN 0024-0362

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Increasingly, the process of learning in higher education has involved the use of technology. Think of your own experience in this regard. If you are a lawyer or a law teacher, how did you use technology when you were a student?