Authentic fictions: simulation, professionalism and legal learning
Simulation is one of the major applications of the web in education and training as well as entertainment, but has until recently received relatively little attention in higher education. It is becoming increasingly clear that simulations can be used for educational purposes; but one of the key issues affecting such use is the extent to which simulations can be regarded as authentic learning activities. This article explores some of the complex educational and hermeneutic resonances of this...[Show more]
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|Source:||Clinical Law Review|
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