Editorial: legal education and Information & Communications Technology (ICT)
WITH THE recent failure of large-scale ICT projects in higher education it looks as if we've finally woken up from the technology dream. In spite of this, though, ICT seems to be an increasingly important medium for teaching and learning the law. New forms of course design are being used widely to exploit it. The range of technologies we can use is rich and fast changing, with portable PCs, wireless technology, and increasing use of mobile hardware and communication networks over the...[Show more]
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